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New commuter and music control features announced for Google Maps.

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A new month begins and that means more innovations for Google Maps. This time around there are improvements to commuter features, Google announced on its own blog. The power of Google data is impressive, for users it has a particularly practical use in daily life. Not only does the anticipation of traffic jams count for drivers, innovations for commuters also benefit greatly […]


A new month begins and that means more innovations for Google Maps. This time around there are improvements to commuter features, Google announced on its own blog. The power of Google data is impressive, for users it has a particularly practical use in daily life. Not only does the forecast of traffic jams count for drivers, innovations for commuters also benefit from large amounts of background data and its processing.

In order not to have to talk about the bushes, we were able to learn the following details from Google about these innovations:

Google Maps now has a commuter tab that gives you access to live traffic and transit information on your journey. We will tell you if your trip will be normal or if you need extra time due to accidents or heavy traffic. In case of delay, we will inform you of alternative routes so that you can get to work faster. Android devices also give you notifications of delays and interruptions on your route so you can catch an incident before you get caught in the delay.

There is a new feature for commuters both by car and public transport. You can see useful information about the departure time and for each section of your trip: you know if there is traffic on your trip, when the next train leaves and how long it takes to walk from the station to the office. We do the work for you and automatically factor it into your arrival time so you can predict exactly when you will come to work.

Running to the subway station only to find your train is late is our least popular way to start the day. Now transit drivers in 80 regions around the world can see exactly where their bus or train is on the map in real time. This will help you plan your day more efficiently – you’ll know if you can spare a few more minutes for coffee or if you really have to run to catch the bus.

If you are stuck in traffic, you can do it while listening to good music. We make Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play Music available on Google Maps so you can control your music and podcasts directly from Google Maps navigation. Spotify on Android also lets you choose your favorite content by browsing songs, albums, podcasts, and playlists with the new easy-to-use navigation.