Ever since Google acquired the wildly popular, community-powered navigation app Waze for a cool $1.2 billion in 2013, there’s been chatter that the tech behemoth would one day pull the plug on the plucky GPS tool with over 100 million active monthly users.
Those fears can be definitively put to rest. Today Waze rolled out a slew of cool new features that make the app even more indispensable, especially during the pandemic. The changes focus on two key moments in your day: before you leave the house and while you’re on the road.
How often have you mentally calculated when you need to leave your home to get somewhere at a particular time? If you let Waze know about a planned drive, you’ll get real-time information that will help you avoid common problems like traffic or