Google Maps has received a few updates in the course of the most recent two months. Apparently the application is presently getting another constant location sharing interface on both Android and iOS gadgets. The interface update is likewise accessible to Google Maps users in India. Apparently the new location sharing UI was turned out through a server-side update. Note that the new update does exclude new highlights, yet generally speaking changes the look and feel of the location sharing interface.
The development was first spotted by Android Police and the distribution accepts that the new location sharing interface on Google Maps was either turned out through another application update (10.40.2 update for Android gadgets) or by means of a server-side update. Be that as it may, we had the option to recognize the new changes in the location sharing segment to more established forms – 10.40.1 update for Android gadgets (turned out in April) and 5.43 update on iOS (revealed seven days prior). In this manner, apparently the new changes were turned out through a server-side update from Google.
In the new interface, Google has rolled out visual developments to the sharing window just as included the security strategy segment both Android and iOS adaptations of Google Maps. Additionally, the brief that permits users to choose the span of location sharing on Google Maps has changed.
Users who didn’t get the new location sharing interface can download the most recent Google Map rendition 10.40.2 from APK mirror or hang tight for programmed rollout.
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