Just a few days ago, Google launched its new Google Maps design to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the app's launch, foreign media BGR reported. The redesign is designed to provide a more concise interface, and the most important changes involve the bottom menu. Google removed the previous item and replaced it with three tags to better serve users. But as it turns out, Google's user interface revamp doesn't seem good enough, and the company is making a more important change to the bottom menu.
The name of the commute tab has been changed to a simpler go, which should better explain its purpose. This tab should be used to navigate whether you are commuting or going to a new location. According to 9to5 Google, the new "go" tag combines the "commuter" tag with all other traffic related shortcuts. Take a look at the redesigned UI:
Of course, it's not just the name of the tab that changes. Icons have also been redesigned to make menus more than just commuters. Home and office icons have been replaced by icons showing cars and railways. Within go, the default view is destination, which includes shortcuts to home, company, and other shortcuts. Now a "commuter" label is also displayed at the top. Some Google Maps users also found other menu items, including line and stations and stop.
The difference between the two screenshots above shows that Google is still trying a new menu. In fact, some users may not have new UI changes, but it may soon be rolled out to allIPhoneAnd Android users. To ensure that it is available, users need to update to the latest version of maps 10.35.2.