It seems that Google Maps works in a new way to avoid delays in browsing.
The new feature, which Digital Trends reported is currently testing for some, lets you report faults and speed traps.
The data provided by the public is used to warn other drivers or to offer alternative routes more efficient, as well as the data that is shown.
They are selected for the test to see a new "+" report button at the bottom left of the Google Maps screen.
Google did not immediately respond to a comment request.
The company has been relentlessly adding features to Maps in recent weeks, allowing it, offering without closing Maps and adding to avoid negotiating text message strings.
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