A new feature alerts you to "radar" on Google Maps

Google is preparing to provide a new feature for map users, "Google Maps", so that they can know the positions of the "radar" and reduce their speed before reaching to avoid violations of the highway code.

Google is testing a new feature, which allows users to report incident or radar locations, to be used by the company in Google Maps to alert other drivers.

The feature was put on some Android phones, with the + inside the "bubble talk", appeared in the lower left corner of the screen, according to the site "Android Police".

By clicking on the tag, the user can report incidents or radar. Google then collects data and creates a clear idea of ​​the nature of traffic in a particular area, but the person must use the navigation mode.

Because this data is updated significantly, the new feature can alert you to mobile police radar.

Probably Google relies on data provided by a group of users for a specific area and then places them on its maps to ensure that it is not just the wrong information of a single user, for example.

These features are already available in Google's "Wow" application, but it will be the first time Google Maps will be available.

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