Google Maps Can Now Tell You The Best Time Of Day To Travel To Your Destination

Google Maps Can Now Tell You The Best Time Of Day To Travel To Your Destination
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By allowing users to know when the best time to travel is, Google Maps will help Android better plan their travel

Ehiremen Okhiulu
  • 24 july 2017

Google is adding a new feature to Google Maps that the best travel period. The departure time estimate feature is rolling out exclusively to users on Android now, with no date as to when it will be available on iOS and other platforms. While Google Maps will still show the usual time and distance, a new bar graph will also show the current total trip time estimate, how long it would have taken half an hour earlier, and how long it will take within a timeframe of several hours.

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