Google Assistant Comes to Waze

Google Assistant Comes to Waze

Waze Gets Google Assistant

Waze is a second-top navigation app in the United States with over 110 Million active users. Back in 2013, Google brought this world's largest community based Global Positioning System navigation app. It was acquired by Google in 2013 and has been gaining more data ever since.

Beginning from today, Google Assistant for Waze is rolling out for Android users in the Country.

No longer. Google has announced that Google Assistant is now available in its Waze navigation app. Google will be able to do numerous same things that it can do in Maps, including checking the traffic and changing your route. The Mountain View giant has been introducing a bunch of new features on its navigation app.

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"Voice commands in the vehicle help minimize distractions so you can focus on the road". You can feast your eyes on all the screenshots below to see that nearly no stone has been left unturned in the interface and it seems quite ready for a wide rollout. For example, you can ask it to report traffic or avoid tolls. Now, if only we could get them to enable a dark mode for the Play Store next. The aim behind launching this standalone Driving Mode is to replace the existing Android Auto App from the Vehicle's screens. Recently, a safety feature on the app that was seen being tested would apparently alert the user if their taxi goes off-route.

Users will be able to search for places along their route and add stops along the way just by using their voice, according to Google which released official info via a blog post. No word on iOS availability.

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