New Google Maps Make Navigation Easier

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Google Maps has unveiled a new look. The new format is offering great new services
Google Maps has unveiled a new look. The new format is offering great new services

New Look to Google Maps

THUNDER BAY – Have you visited Google Maps lately? Google has rolled out a major change to Maps in the past week.

Google states, “Over the coming weeks the new Google Maps will make its way onto desktops around the world. Many of you have been previewing it since its debut last May, and thanks to your helpful feedback we’re ready to make the new Maps even more widely available.

Street View Changes for Google Maps

Google Maps has unveiled a new look. The new format is offering great new services
Google Maps has unveiled a new look. The new format is offering great new services

“It’s now even easier to plan your next trip, check live traffic conditions, discover what’s happening around town, and learn about a new area—with Pegman’s help if needed. Here’s a quick refresher on what to expect in the new Google Maps:

  • Make smarter decisions. Simply search for “coffee” in your neighborhood, and you’ll be able to see results and snippets right on the map. When you click on a cafe, the map will suggest related results that you may not have known about.”

New Map Features from Google

Google Maps offer a new look, with a clearer image.
Google Maps offer a new look, with a clearer image.

Using Google Maps allows businesses to add their address and information to the maps easier and with the opportunity for more engagement with their prospective customers.

Check out the new Google Maps at www.maps.google.ca

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