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After more than a decade, Google is finally getting serious about driving more traffic, which may finally make the search giant a little more attractive to advertisers.
Google’s new traffic management tools, which are already available in the Play store, are being rolled out to all of its apps, and the company says it will add more traffic-related features to Android later this year.
Google says traffic management will be “the core of Google Maps for Android.”
Google says the goal is to “provide the right experience for people to navigate and stay connected with their businesses and communities.”
Here are a few of the features that Google is already adding to the Android platform:Google Maps for iOS users will be able to set a destination based on traffic conditions and set reminders that will be displayed when the app is open.
Google says it also has a new feature that lets users set an app for navigation when it’s open, as well as a new location search feature that will show directions to a specific location.
Google also plans to add a navigation filter that lets you filter out traffic on certain routes, such as when the roads are congested.
Google Maps will also allow users to “re-orient the navigation and navigation results on Google Maps to match traffic conditions,” according to the company.
Google is also launching a new “Google Drive” for mobile users that will provide access to its data, and will be a bit more secure.
Google’s new app for Android lets users upload, download, and share photos, videos, and other content.
Users can also share photos with other people on their mobile devices.
Google also says its Maps app will be more useful to drivers and pedestrians in areas with heavy traffic.
It will also show “traffic maps for neighborhoods and neighborhoods with a high number of traffic fatalities,” according the company, which is also rolling out its “Safety and Parking” feature to its mobile apps.