iPhone gets it five years after Android

iPhone gets it five years after Android

Speedometer and speed limits are finally making their way to Google Maps for iPhone and CarPlay.

It was released for Android in 2019.

TechCrunch has exclusively learned that Google has begun rolling out speedometers and speed limits to iPhone users globally. The company explains that when people start navigating on Google Maps, the car’s speed will be displayed in miles or kilometers, depending on the region.

Speedometers in the Google Maps app should be used for informational purposes only. You should read the actual speed you are driving at from your car's speedometer.

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To activate the function, you have to go to your profile in the app, via your profile picture, go to Settings and then Navigation settings: “Turn the speedometer off or on under 'Driving options',” explains Google.

If the speed limit feature is available in your location, you will be notified if you are driving too fast, via the speedometer in the app. The speed indicator changes color if you are driving too fast. If the speed limit feature is available in your location, you can turn the speedometer on or off by tapping on the speed limit Circle_speed_limit/Box_speed_limit when navigating.

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