Google Maps for Android has now introduced the capability to add a public event on the navigation app. The Contribute Tab on its Android app now has the choice to add a public event, letting services and event managers publicize their next gig, without having to spend any cash. This feature is reside in some areas, and the event takes 30 minutes to become live on Google Maps after you’ve added it. In addition, the feature is only readily available on Android in the meantime.
The brand-new ‘Events’ function was found by Android Police first. Google has actually also upgraded its support page to reflect information about the brand-new function. The support page states that the feature might not be available in all areas. To add an occasion, head to Google Maps on Android, tap on Contribute > Events > Add a public event. You can include an event name, tag the place, and include the time and date of the event as well. There’s an option to include an image, compose more occasion details, and include description as well. Android Police reports that it had problems while adding an image to the event.
Once the occasion is conserved, the creator can later modify it also, by heading to Contribute > Events > Select your occasion > Edit this occasion. In addition, you can likewise erase the event by clicking Contribute > Events > Edit this occasion > Delete this occasion. There’s no word on when this function will be readily available in all regions internationally, or when Google plans to roll it out for iPhone users. At the time of writing, we weren’t able to identify the function in the Android app.
Separately, Google has actually also reestablished the city, state, and nation verge on Maps for Android. The feature was removed with no alerting a couple of months ago, but it seems to have picked up, with Android Police spotting it first. The borders appear when a user types broad searches like a city, or a state, or a nation. Earlier, the borders were highlighted with grey, but now, the area that you search is highlighted with red. The report says that this feature is showing up in version 10.12.1, however it’s not consistent. In some searches, the function revealed a pin, while in some the brand-new outline features showed up. We aren’t able to see the brand-new overview feature yet in our upgraded app.
Earlier this month, Google Maps rolled out a function that let users report accidents and speed traps while navigating to their destinations.