Google Maps will help you save on tolls – 5 big points for Android and iOS users

Google Maps will help you save on tolls - 5 big points for Android and iOS users

“…To help make the choice between toll roads and regular roads easier, we’re rolling out toll prices on Google Maps for the first time,” Google said in a blog. (Also read: Apple to host flagship developers’ conference online from June 6-10). With this new update, users can now find the estimated toll price to their destination even before the trip starts with toll pricing information from local tolling authorities. Toll prices will be rolling out on Android and iOS this month for nearly 2,000 toll roads in India, the US, Japan and Indonesia — with more countries coming soon, said the company.

With this new Google Maps update, users can now find out the estimated toll price to their destination even before the trip begins, thanks to toll pricing data from local tolling authorities. Google Maps will assist you in saving money on tolls —5 big points for Android and iOS users. New Delhi, India Google Maps is now showing toll prices in India, the United States, Japan, and Indonesia. The feature is intended to assist users in deciding between toll roads and regular roads.

Highlights

  • Google has also released new updates for iOS users to make Google Maps easier to use on an Apple Watch or iPhone. The new updates include a new pinned trip widget, direct navigation from the Apple Watch, and Google Maps integration into Siri and the shortcuts app. The new pinned trip widget will help people access trips they have pinned in their Go Tab right from the iOS home screen — making it even easier to get directions. In addition, Apple Watch users will soon be able to get directions on Google Maps directly from their Watch. Google Maps is also integrating directly into iOS Spotlight, Siri, and the Shortcuts app.

  • Here are 5 big points for Android and iOS users should know about Google Map new feature. 1. Soon, you’ll see the estimated toll price to your destination before you start navigating. Google maps will look at factors like the cost of using a toll pass or other payment methods, what the day of the week it is, along with how much the toll is expected to cost at the specific time you’ll be crossing it. When a toll-free route is available, Google map will still show you that route as an option.