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Google Maps, Ready To Plan Your Trip With Multiple Destination Points And Search Results

Back in April, Google announced to refurbish Google maps Android application with multi-location stops where one can pin countable location points of significant importance between the start and the destination point. However the result did not reflect on the same until this Thursday when many of the users have confirmed to get an update that lets one add multiple destination points and helps one chalk out his complete journey.

Unlike Android, PCs have already got the chance to experience the update and as optional feature multiple destinations are already tagged. According to the help documentation, to stack multiple destinations “Add +” option is used and then it could be ordered as per users’ choice. There are also multiple options of transportation available that further boosts up the rerouting principle. In the updated app this multiple-destination feature is added and the same way, it could design the journey as per users’ convenience.

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Similar short releases were introduced in April, one of which keeps tab on contemporary traffic system and local guide feature could help one find local shops, food stores plus many other exclusive places depending on the selected genre. As claimed, the system was initialized as a complete user-data driven feature and further propelled as a competitive source of destination hubs where the main motto of google maps is to instigate people to contribute regarding places and destination.

Further, another “Timeline” update is released which can scan through the searched addresses and fabricate them in a Google maps special online travel journey. As reported already, both the features have been rolled out for Android and will soon be alive for iOS. The update was released with version number 9.31 for android.

Source: Google help doc | Android Police

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