Posted by : brij fbEducator Thursday, 6 July 2017


Over the years, Google Maps has evolved into an incredible resource for finding your way across the globe – and now, it’s about to get better for the differently abled. The app now lets users add accessibility information for any location they visit, simply by indicating whether the place has wheelchair-friendly entrances, seating, parking, and elevators. Google says its users have already added this information for 7 million places worldwide. If you’re on Android, you can get in on it too: fire up Maps on your phone, open the main menu, and tap “Your contributions.” Next, hit “Uncover missing info”…

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