The new feature in Google Maps won't provide live updates, but the color-coded icon will provide an overview of the parking availability.
Drones go places cars can't.
The new features will make your phone a more helpful assistant during your next trip since you won't have to mess with the screen.
Both the smartphone and Android Auto versions of the app will let you know the speed limit while driving.
You can now save map data to an SD card and choose from an expanded batch of driving services.
The new Google Maps revamp is all about "actionable information," according to Google.
The new features appear to be from a server-side switch that could help you cut back on data and frustration from the daily commute.
You can get a close-up of many parts of the world that have seen dramatic changes due to the world's rising temperatures.
Google has announced that its Maps application on Android devices can now display indoor maps of selected Australian airports, shopping centres, train stations, sports venues and other locations.
Police officers in Colac, Australia are warning that relying on Google Maps may be endangering motorists in their jurisdiction, according to a report from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Google has today unveiled its Maps Navigation Beta service in Australia, offering free turn-by-turn navigation through the Google Maps application on all Android smartphones.
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