In today’s technology age Google map is very easy to access, smartphones have become an integral part of life and why not, through which our work has become easy. The smartphone has made it easy for us to do another job that we no longer have to ask for someone’s address. Google Maps is easily reaching us anywhere. So let’s know today Google Maps’s 5 work features.
Google Map Benefits
Two-wheeler : Google Maps has recently released a two-wheeler feature in India. If you travel by bike then this feature is of great value to you. In this you will be aware of the shortcut path. The special thing is that this Google Maps feature is currently in India only.
Save car parking place
Google released another great feature in 2017, which will help you save your parking place. You can save your parking location in Maps.In July 2017, there was another feature-travel time connected to Google Maps, through which you can find out that the way you are going, there is no jam in the way, or how many tolls will be on that path.
Toilet address : First of all, let’s tell you that this Google Maps feature is currently for New Delhi. After going to your Google Maps and searching ‘Toilet’ or ‘Public Toilet’ you will find information about the nearest toilets. There are 331 public toilets in the list of maps.
Book with Google Maps Uber Cab :You can also book a Uber Cab through Google Maps. In such a situation, you will not need to keep separate app again. This feature is available for both Android and iOS. Interested in listening to music on the go, so you also need a great headphone? There are different types of headphones in the market, but know which things are best, which are also in the budget, find some things to test it. It is not easy to choose the right headphones for you from the many headphones in the market. At the same time, when it comes to headphone specifications, it is also tricky to understand them. Also it is difficult to test technology and sound quality. In this case, first thing you need to know about headphones, how many types of headphones are there and what is the meaning of their complex specification?