New Delhi: Almost a month after it was launched for Android, Google Maps’ has announced an update for iOS that will let users select a multi-route journey while navigating on the app. In a Google blog post Aditya Dhanrajani, Product Manager of Google Maps, shared a screenshot of an iOS device supporting the multi-route maps. The update however hasn’t reached the Apple app store yet.
Here's how it works. Open the app, enter a destination, tap the corner menu, and then tap "Add stop". To rearrange the order of your stops, tap and hold the stop you want to move and drag it to the position you want. Once you have added all your stops, tap "Done" and your multi-stop route is complete.
Google recently updated Maps with a new design. It made some visual changes to the service on desktop, Android and iOS. Google has removed any information that it believes isn't necessary, such as road traffic outlines, enabling users to find what they need more easily. The new Maps has a better colour scheme to help users quickly locate important places such as hospitals, schools or highways.