Back in June, Google officially purchased the GPS and traffic application Waze so they could implement it into Google Maps. Luckily for most of us, they were pretty quick on the uptake, eventually adding traffic reports into Google Maps in August. Today, they are looking to expand that functionality to even more people around the world.
Google took to their Maps Facebook page to announce this latest update. When it rolls out to you, it will bring Waze traffic reports to 46 more countries and territories. Unfortunately, they do not go into any more specifics on what this update will entail, and since it is a staged rollout, we do not have the changelog to share with you. We will keep you updated as soon as we hear more.