Yesterday, I wrote about Google adding something new view entry tool for Chrome. PORT OF ONEHUNGA World Vision Day, Google is constantly pushing for the introduction of technology and new features to Google Maps: a “Detailed Language Guide«, Is a feature that makes it easier to blindness and visual acuity to walk. Here’s how to make and use it.
This feature gives them more detail, and the language encourages them to prepare well for their ride. The Map will show the user what to do in the future, which way to go, and how close to the roads. If users are accidentally left on their way, the Map will send a forwarded notification.
This will increase the confidence and safety of those who travel alone. Users, visually impaired or not, can focus on their journey rather than wander.
The Detailed Language Guide is also the first plan to make the land available to people with visual impairments. Google Blind Business Researcher Wakana Sugiyama says that making tools like this for everyone is the purpose of Google’s work.
If you would like to use the Google Language Map Detailed Guide, you will have to wait for the editor-side update. Once the update is complete, you can configure just two buttons. In Google Maps settings, tap Navigation and scroll down to Navigation. Here you will see the ability to activate the Detailed Language Guide.