Google Maps new features
Google Maps is turning into a more social application this week as Google reveals another element that permits clients to make arrangements of spots and impart them to their companions. Initially presented in an overhaul for beta clients the previous summer, the rundowns highlight will make it less demanding to monitor places you’ve been, spots you need to visit and places you need your loved ones to look at when they go to a place you cherish.
With a specific end goal to start making a rundown, simply open up the Google Maps application on your cell phone and scan for a place you need to add to a rundown. Once you’ve found it on the guide, tap on its name to open a page for the place. From that point, tap on the “Spare” symbol. This will open a menu at the base of the screen with the greater part of your rundowns. Pick one of the preset records or a rundown you’ve made yourself and the place will be included.
On the off chance that you need to make another rundown or alter your old records, you can get to them by opening the menu in Google Maps and exploring to “Your places.” Go to the “Spared” tab and from that point you can see the majority of the adaptable records and choose whether or not you need to impart them to others. Records are visible on portable and desktop forms of Google Maps, and can even be gotten to while you’re disconnected.