Google begins highlighting its new useful voice guide on the map on Thursday, October 10th at World Destinations. No features have made it easier and safer for people with visual impairments to navigate to new locations.
For more than 250 million people around the world who are in the dark and do not see at all the ”Navigation Dairactions” has been created for blind people. which consists of different commandos,( such as left turn at intersection), etc.
New features of the map have been developed by people who are similar.
Wakana Sugiyama, a legally blin business analyst living in Tokyo, Japan describe her day-to-day struggle of traveling to new places with nothing but meager directions to guide her: ”In some cases” I’II have a friend to join me on a trip, but in others I may decide not to take the journey at all.”
If the resident is on the right track with the distance to the next turn and the direction they are headed, the map can now notify users if they have gone astray early, Google will verbally inform them of the route. Is being recalculated.
To improve user’s safety, Maps will also let all know if they are approaching a major intersection carefully encourage them to cross.
Consistent and automatic updates help treasure the user that they are on their way to their intended destination.
Detailed voice guidance is now available on Android and iOS in English for United States users and Japanese for Japan users. Google has plans to make the feature available in more languages for more countries in the future. The option can be turned on within the Google Maps settings. RGA/JB