Google Maps’ Stay Safer feature launched in India
Google Maps presented on Wednesday one more India-first “Stay Safer” include for its users. This new feature of Google Maps will alarm and tell users going in cabs, auto-rickshaws when their vehicle goes off–course and furthermore share the live status of their excursions with companions/family.
Indian users will almost certainly utilize the new element on their Android smartphones with the most recent form of Google Maps.
Declaring this new feature, Amanda Bishop, Product Manager, Google Maps stated, “Through our broad research crosswise over India, we found that many individuals limit their portability because of wellbeing related concerns. To address this, we are propelling another India-first element that will convey a progressively pertinent and solid experience to our clients. Our new ‘Stay Safer’ include on Google Maps will caution users who are going in cabs, auto-rickshaws and so forth on the off chance that their vehicle goes off course, giving them significant serenity.”
How do users use this new feature in Google Maps? In the wake of looking for your goal and getting bearings, users can use this experience by choosing the “Stay Safer” and “Get off-course Notification” alternative.
On the off chance that the driver digresses more than 0.5km from the Google Maps recommended course, the phone will buzz with a noticeable notice, and the user can tap it to see where they are contrasted with the first course.
At that point, he or she can likewise impart the live outing to loved ones legitimately from that screen so they know and can monitor the travel.