Google Maps, one of the second-largest services after Google Search, is now easy to take for granted, and it has had a profound impact on the way we travel, but Google hasn’t stopped making the Google Maps experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. In fact, the Android version of Google Maps has introduced or is still rolling out major features designed to make life easier, especially for electric car drivers.
The Android version of Google Maps now shows 3D renderings of buildings, giving users an idea of what these places look like, as well as demonstrating Google’s technical capabilities. In the first few years, it was great and fun, but it turned out to be very tiring. It is also a waste of resources, especially for devices with weak hardware capabilities. Unfortunately, in previous versions, users had no way to turn it off. Users can now turn off 3D rendering in version 10.28, and users can tap the layer icon in the map and turn 3D views on or off as needed.
Electric cars are becoming more and more popular, but no charging points can be found. Now, the new version of Google Maps has helped drivers find the most convenient charging point based on their cars and preferences, but drivers have to switch to another app when they actually pay. However, Google Maps 10.30 or later may allow users to pay directly for charging directly from Google Maps. However, the feature is still unavailable or invisible because Google may still be trying to negotiate specific steps with automakers.