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Google Maps will soon Inform you when to get off from Train or Bus

by Siddhant ShetgeDecember 12, 2017

Google will soon launch a useful update to Google Maps that will give users an interactive real-time notification and live guidance during their journey. Users can get a real-time update on their journey. These updates will appear in the Google Maps app and will also show notification on Android lock screen.

To start with this feature, you just have to search for your transit direction in Google Maps. Soon you’ll find a start button at the bottom of the screen. By just tapping on start button you can get details about your transit journey, later you will get live updates as you walk or ride on your local buses and trains.

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According to Techcrunch report, Google Maps will even remind you to get off your bus or train when you get close to your stop. This is definitely the best thing that will help you when you’re traveling somewhere to a new place or get sleepy sometimes. This feature provides a notification which is displayed on the lock screen of your Android devices. Google Maps notification might be interactive, so you can scroll to look the stops that coming.

As Google Maps does the best job which gives you detailed transit direction with the process generally involving keeping track of progress along the route. But with this update, transit notification becomes more useful for walking, driving a car and for bikers.

Google Maps

According to Techcrunch, this update will go live soon. Google may already be testing it outside of its trusted tester community. If you are looking this feature in your Google Maps then let us know in our comment section below.

Additionally, Google recently introduced a Two-wheeler mode for all bikers which refers Maps while travelling. These feature help bikers to get the fastest route to reach their mentioned destination. Two-wheeler mode is available for all Android users.



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Siddhant Shetge
Siddhant Shetge is Editor at Above Android. He is from Mumbai, India. Siddhant is Software Developer by education and also a blogger. Also, loves to read about latest tech news and share with you.