Google Maps recent update has contained color gradations and terrain to describe vegetation, and natural land formations labels.
Karl Johann Schmidt, Software Engineer, Google Maps shares in an official blog post “that the new visualisations will enable users to understand and see for themselves the location of expansive forests, deserts, and mountain ranges around the world. In addition, users can gauge the impact of natural land formations, as well as how and why man-made developments such as urban cities, dams, and bridges are made.”
Now if user look for Maps for natural land formations such as the Melville Peninsula, Gobi Desert or Nullarbor Plain, they can to spot “improved, well-labeled results”.
In order to describe its latest modifications better, Google has shared a comparison of seek outcomes before and after the update.
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