Google Maps can now show on Android a speedometer on the screen while the user is driving. The small speedometer is displayed in the left corner of the display and shows the numbering in km / h all the way. The indicated feature is to control the speed of the vehicle and to know if the driver is traveling above the allowed limit on the roads. It is especially useful if the cell phone is in the lift. Remember that the function already existed in Waze, an application that also belongs to Google.
Check out the tutorial below for step by step how to enable the Google Maps speedometer. For now, the news is not yet released for iPhone (iOS).
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Step 1. Open Google Maps and tap the three horizontal stripes icon to open the menu. Then go to Settings;
Accessing Google Maps Settings on Android Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Open the Navigation Settings option and locate the Direction Options field at the bottom of the page. Then activate the Speedometer key;
Enabling the Google Maps speedometer in Android settings Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. Done. When starting a scroll, Google Maps display the speedometer in the corner of the screen.
Google Maps displays speedometer in left corner of screen while user is driving Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
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