Google Maps is a fantastic place to track the movements of your friends, family, and colleagues.
And for a while, the app was even built specifically for the purpose.
Today, Google has rolled out a new feature to allow you to map your commute from your Android device to the office.
Called “Explore Mode,” this new feature allows you to zoom into a portion of the map to get a look at the locations of your colleagues and other nearby businesses.
It’s an important feature to have on your map, and it can be helpful to track a person’s whereabouts when they’re away from home.
The feature works by scanning the map and comparing the distance between the location of your phone and the current location.
Google tells us that Explore Mode is a “feature that will only work with Google Maps in Google Maps” but that it’s an “exciting new addition to Google Maps that we hope will help you make smarter decisions about where you’re going to work and where you want to go.”
Once you’re in Explore Mode, you can select your location to get an overview of nearby businesses, businesses, or other locations, as well as the distance to the nearest available location.
Once you’ve scanned a portion, you’ll see the “Distance” and “Direction” columns in the map.
The “Distance to nearest” column shows the distance from your phone to the closest available location and “Distance from nearest to nearest,” shows the nearest location you can scan from.
The same column also shows the “Degrees of freedom” column, which is where you can see how far your current location is from the nearest point of interest.
This feature works for both the current map and the future map, so you can zoom into the future, or zoom into your past map.
Google’s “Explore” feature is currently only available in the US and Canada, but it’s a feature that could work in any future update.
Google Maps also allows you add a map-style circle to the top of your screen, so that you can easily zoom into areas.
The new feature isn’t available on Android 4.2 or above.
You’ll have to download and install the new version from Google’s Play Store.
The good news is that it is pretty much a perfect fit for Google Maps, as it allows you access to many of the features that the company’s maps feature has been working on.
Google also made a point to say that “Explore mode is only available for Google maps on Android 2.3 and above, and will only be available to those with the Android app.
The Explore mode functionality is designed to allow users to quickly explore their local environment, and should work on Android versions higher than 2.1.”
The good thing is that Google is making this feature available to all users of Android 2 and above as well, so users should be able to use it on any Android device that supports the new map feature.
For more information about how to use Explore Mode on your Android phone, head over to the Google Play Store and download the app.