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Will come to the Netherlands soon right?
I know that is a about another google app, but Waze should also have traffic by Lane! :)
Can you make motorways blue in UK please ?!
Please give back European Portuguese language to Portuguese users in turn by turn directions and not Brazilian Portuguese !!!
I face the same Issue in Dubai last year ,I hope your update include it
While this is a nice update, please include OFFLINE support. This is the single most important feature. The app is *use-less* in Europe without it, you hear that?You seldomly have data on highways, you absolutely won't have data when you cross borders, and outside your city getting data is shaky as best.Instead of saving tiny patches of card data on my phone, which i can't browse or navigate, stored routes wide enough to include wrong turns and rest-stops would be fine. I know you can pre-lead a route and it somewhat work: but, one wrong tap and it's gone. A crash, freeze, etc. I had it fail on me so often wouldn't be able to count. Not to mention that once you're there you can't navigate back.
To: Darren Baker, product manager, Google Maps,Dear Mr. Baker,I saw your post titled "Life in the fast lane: lane guidance for drivers in Google Maps" (posted at http://googlepolicyeurope.blogspot.com/) and thought you might be the right person to ask.I switched to T-Mobile yesterday, Dec. 20. I live in Utah and will travel to Italy in January. I would like to use my cell phone as a speak-to-me-in-English GPS device so I can navigate the streets there like I can here in America. I am not sure how to do it and am not even sure if you are the right people to ask or if I need to do anything different from what I do now.EQUIPMENT: I have a Moto X phone with an Android version 4.4.4WHAT I DO NOW: I see that I can do with T-Mobile what I have been doing previously with Verizon. I simply say, for example, "Okay Google now, navigate to Salt Lake City International Airport"WHAT IT DOES: It displays a map and starts talking to me telling me to drive north on such and such a street and as I go along it tells me in advance to turn right, turn left, etc., etc., to my destination. I love it. Apparently, nothing about the identity of my phone service provider has changed anything about your product.WHAT I WANT TO HAPPEN IN GENOA ITALY: Of course, now that I have T-Mobile, I may (apparently) be able to get off the airplane in Genoa, Italy and talk to my phone and have it work there like it works here. I want to get in my car at the airport and have my phone do exactly the same thing there: listen to me ask the same sort of thing as I ask here in America, when I speak in English and Google Maps navigator voice speaks back to me in English, giving me my directions.Do I need to download some sort of app? Will the Google Maps system work over there in Italy? Will it speak to me in English? Can I speak to it in English?I AM NOT TECH SAVVY, so if you give me an answer or direct me to someone who can give me an answer, your response or their response will have to be dumbed down (so if you or they tell me to do something that "something" has to be plain English and not computer-talk that a seven-year-old would not understand).Thanks!
I find the iphone/google maps compatibility issues to be very irritating. Maybe I'll just start my own iphone or google. Nah, let them do it, they do a much better job.
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