Since Google Maps is currently one of the top navigation apps, it’s obviously important a lot of users can change the language of the driving directions they receive.
And Google Maps comes with such options, allowing the user to change the voice language of the navigation and thus get directions more relevant to them.
But in terms of the app’s interface, Google Maps doesn’t come with a configuration menu to allow the user to change the language, which is somewhat surprising since this navigation app is currently pretty much in use. corner of the world.
And yet, according to a recent finding, Google has already started work on such a configuration option, and the latest Google Maps update brings the first proof of the matter.
In other words, Google Maps will soon allow users to change the language of the app interface, at least on Android, and based on the existing code, closing and re-launching it will be necessary to apply the changes. . Also, it looks like Google is trying to make the process as simple as possible, so Google Maps will automatically suggest a new language, most likely based on your device̵7;s system settings. .
Google Maps 10.53.1 also comes with additional Drive Mode improvements, as it seems now it’s only a matter of time until Google officially releases it. Announced with plenty of fanfare in 2018, Google Assistant Drive Mode is supposed to replace Android Auto for phones.
As a result, the interface is inspired by Android Auto, with users allowed to run a range of specific apps, such as Spotify and Google Maps, but also able to access phone calls and messages, right away. from the main screen. A navigation bar will be placed at the bottom for quick app switching, all along with a microphone phone to easily launch Google Assistant.
The new driving mode is currently in final development and the public launch is expected sooner or later.