Apple Maps: Peer-to-Peer Navigation Arrives in India; more cities with Flyover

Even with a lot of work ahead, little by little the resources of the Apple maps They are deployed in even more cities and countries, allowing users to access detailed traffic information, navigate peer-to-peer, and view internal maps of airports and shopping centers. Without further ado, let's check out which resources have landed in new places recently.

Point to Point Navigation

It was time for India to win peer-to-peer navigation support. This gives Apple Maps detailed driving directions across the country, as well as an in-app transportation booking extension from the two largest private car services there, Uber and Ola.

Despite the news, some features like public transport information, lane indication and speed limit are not yet offered by the Ma service. So, rival Google Maps has been the most widely used navigation app there, as it offers features special features such as the “two-wheel mode”, which indicates shortcuts to motorcyclists and scooters in the cities.

Only peer-to-peer support may not make most iOS users migrate to Apple Maps, but those who also have an Apple Watch can benefit even more from integrating some service features, such as proactive alerts.

Peer-to-peer navigation comes almost three years after Apple announced a million-dollar investment in the country, including enhancements to Apple Maps.

Public transport

Apple Maps Users on Denmark, at Finland, at Norway and on Sweden You can now view routes from public transportation on the largest (combined) update of the Ma service in Europe to date. In addition, this feature has also reached two new US states: Louisiana and Minnesota.

Coverage includes train, tram, bus and funicular routes in the US states and the capitals of the above-mentioned European countries (Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm, respectively), as well as public transport information also at the borders of these regions.

Apple has not yet updated its feature availability page with the new locations, but public transit information is already available there. In Brazil, this feature is only available on Rio de Janeiro is at So Paulo.

Flyover, inner maps, and speed limit

Apple expanded viewing by Flyover to several new cities in countries like Bahamas, Spain, U.S, France, Japan, England, Italy and New Zealand. With this feature, you can view in perspective and navigate 3D through important streets, neighborhoods, and centers in compatible cities. In Portugal, this feature is available at Braga, Coimbra and Port.

Internal maps of airports and shopping malls have also come to new places, including Raleigh-Durham International Airport (North Carolina) and dozens of other shopping centers in Canada, Spain, and the US. Check out the full list of airports and malls that are compatible with internal maps.

Finally, Apple Maps now supports speed limit in Canada; As its name suggests, this feature allows the user to view the maximum speed of roads in the available countries (now Canada, USA and UK).

via MacRumors: 1, 2; 9to5Mac