Waze is finally adding one of the handiest features of Google Maps and Apple Maps: lane guidance. The feature, which is no longer in beta in Google’s own navigation app, recommends, for example, which lane you should be on when entering or exiting a motorway, for example. This is also helpful when navigating complicated intersections or junctions of highways.
I don’t own a car, but I often rent one for short day trips. This means that I usually have no encyclopedic knowledge about the roads I drive on. So I’ve personally found that lane guidance in other apps is a very useful feature to make sure I̵
Waze also announced a number of other new features today. Trip suggestions posted next month will show personalized information taken from other trips you’ve been on or from places you’ve recently been to, such as when you are traveling. B. How long the app expects you to come to work.
New traffic alerts, also rolling out next month, will alert you that if Waze detects traffic jams on your “favorite and frequent destinations” and on one-off trips, you’ll need to hit the streets so you can try to manage the rush overcome. And Waze will add the ability to access Amazon Music directly from Waze’s audio player in the coming months.