Google Maps for Android is reportedly receiving a split-screen road view function. This function, because the title suggests, gives customers the power to see the route in addition to the cut up display view on the identical display. This split-screen skill is reportedly engaged on Google Maps for Android 10.59.1 and it’s obtainable for a couple of customers for now, although customers in India won’t be able to make use of it. Google Maps Road View will not be obtainable for Indian customers but as a result of rejection of presidency approvals a couple of years in the past.
Spanish web site El Androide Libre was the primary to spot the split-screen road view function in Google Maps. The report says that this function ought to work for customers on the most recent replace i.e., v10.59.1 model for Android. Nonetheless, there’s a chance that not all customers may even see it at first and it might be some time earlier than everybody will get it. To make use of this function, merely swap to Road View whenever you’ve began navigation after which faucet on the round broaden/condense button that reveals up on the underside proper of Road View.
As soon as on this split-screen Road View mode, customers can see the place they’re on the map and the route they’re dealing with, concurrently. This helps the person perceive their location higher. This function reportedly works in panorama mode and in portrait mode each, however portrait orientation appears to be working higher. Road View additionally gives place indicators, providing you with an concept of the names of the locations round you.
As talked about, customers will should be on Google Maps v10.59.1 to see this function, and it is strongly recommended to test for a pending replace on Google Play retailer and obtain it in your telephone. If you have not acquired this newest replace from Google Maps and can’t wait, you possibly can manually obtain the APK file from APK Mirror.
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