Google Maps iOS App Adds Popular Time Feature: See Locations In Better Perspective

Google stunned its users as they gave an update regarding the Google Maps iOS app. The app is said to feature Popular Time that would inform every consumer of how crowded a place is in real time. With this, unplanned long rides would be solved as users would know live data results of their destination.

Google Maps Feature Popular Times, Users See Crowded Destinations Real Time

According to sources, the new additional feature would make every road trip less hassle and stressful as it would let you go beyond your present perspective. The Google Maps update 4.27 would have a downloading capacity of 103 MB and would be available in the App Store.

The said update would inform users when a location is already clogged or busy. Reports told that news would be based on information derived from users who chooses to turn on the Google location history feature on their gadgets. The app would then use the mobile data collected from every user to create infographic telling the foot traffic in a specific establishment at any given time.

The said account would be much helpful for events and holidays were heavy traffic has been very evident. The said feature was already available since 2015 and stats admitted that it is a lot useful during Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Popular Time Feature To Help Users Acknowledge Scheduling And Planning

Furthermore, it is believed that the Popular Time Feature would let users schedule their planned commitments ahead, eliminating waste of time during waiting. The feature would also let you know about the average amount of time the people stay in a specific destination; a great way to plan for your return trip.

The accuracy of the feature is still being improved to cater the needs of every user in all parts of the world. The said update would also let users copy a specific address from the clipboard to the search bar in Google Maps.

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