Google will now give pedestrians detailed instructions

Google has released a new update for the Maps application. Its purpose is to give more detailed instructions by speaking to the weak-minded person. In this way, the poor-looking person can better walk.
The detailed voice guidance feature will tell users when to turn and when they are about to reach a major intersection. That way consumers will be more cautious.
If users mistakenly go out of their way, Google Maps is saying that it is now re-telling them another way.
Wakana Sojiyama, a Google business analyst, is legally blind. He wrote on the company's blog that this feature will help the weaker-eyed people from one place to the other and will give them the confidence to travel alone.

She said that this feature now allows her to think more about what she has accomplished than her journey to her destination.
Google has announced this feature on the World Vision Day. This feature is also useful for those who do not want to be seen repeatedly on their phones.
Different companies have introduced several tools for people with weak eyesight.
For example, Microsoft has introduced a Seeing AI app that lets users know about their kidneys.
This feature has been released for Android and iOS users. In the US, this feature is offered in English and Japanese in Japan. Google Maps will soon add more languages ​​support for other countries. Users can enable voice-over instructions in the application's navigation settings.

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