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Google makes new changes to its maps

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Google Maps has developed and changed a lot since its creation. It’s gone from a simple map allowing people to get from A to B to a tool that individuals can use after taking the chad kimball google maps course to make lots of money. And now, coinciding with the 15th anniversary of the launch of Google Maps on February 6, Google announced the introduction of new and useful features for this service.

Among the most prominent features that have been introduced to this service is the “Explore” feature, through which users will be able to find information and pictures of places near them, which can be the focus of their interest such as restaurants, cinemas, etc.

The Commute service, which also entered Google Maps, helps the user to quickly and easily navigate to the places he usually visits, and displays information about the traffic situation and the best ways to reach it.

A new feature has also been introduced to this service called Saved, through which the user can view the places that other users have visited and document information about them on Google Maps, so that the user of the application through this feature can better plan his trips and vacations and the places he wants to visit.

And Google has also made available on its maps a new feature called Contribute or Contribute, to enable millions of people to get the latest developments and information related to road conditions, traffic jams or other useful data for others.

The Updates service will allow the user to view the latest recommendations provided by Google Maps experts in the areas in which he is located, and to save these recommendations in the application.

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