No more traffic and congested roads slowing your travel speed suddenly and without warning! From today Waze, the application dedicated to travelers from all over the world, has new functions that will allow drivers to know in advance the traffic conditions for their final destination.
Waze thus it becomes “Pre-drive”: in fact, even before starting, the application indicates the traffic conditions, but not only. Tolls, roadblocks and congestion, weather, and everything travelers might think to know before leaving.
Waze targets the right way also according to the mood!
How many times has it happened to you to choose one path over another, convinced that it was the simplest and fastest option? And then you found yourself stuck in traffic or slowed down on roads and highways full of narrowing and construction?
With traditional road navigation applications it is not always possible to predict this type of hitches, while Waze is able to predict these types of problems and much more, and above all the most interesting thing is that when the application provides the most suitable route, also explains the reason!
The pre-ride update is a big step forward for Waze users, as it means that the app provides alternate navigation information based on data collected in real time. This is the great news that makes the Waze update not only interesting, but also makes the application one of the most valid of the moment. The update will be rolled out globally and will reach all users around the world for the next two months.
Waze is a free mobile street navigation application for mobile devices based on the concept of crowdsourcing developed by the Israeli start-up Waze Mobile. The first version was released 11 years ago, in 2010, and the application is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry and Symbian operating systems.
As early as December 2012, just two years after its launch, more than 34 million users around the world were using the app. Waze differs from traditional GPS navigation programs in that, thanks to users, it can provide real-time traffic updates or other events.
On June 11, 2013, the acquisition of the Israeli company by Google was formalized. After the acquisition, the development of the operating system developed by rival Microsoft was feared. In fact, Waze was working on distributing a version for Windows Phone. These fears proved unfounded and the version for Windows Phone 8 was regularly released on November 20, 2013, albeit a few months later than previously announced.
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