By Polygon Staff Google is going to be rolling out a new feature in Google Maps in Android 7 with a brand new design that aims to make it easier to find things.
The new feature will appear as an “in-app navigation bar” for Google Maps, a first for Google’s Maps app.
The navigation bar is one of Google’s biggest features that has made Google Maps such a success over the years, but it’s also one of its biggest complaints.
The navigation bar has always been a bit of a headache when you have to use your smartphone or tablet to access the map, because it is usually a mess of icons that are hard to distinguish from each other.
This is because Google uses a navigation bar to identify itself as the destination of an activity like looking for a park, a grocery store, or a restaurant, and it usually displays information about where the activity took place.
It’s also often confusing because it’s hard to differentiate between an activity that shows a “go” and one that doesn’t, and this makes navigation a bit tricky.
With this new feature, Google is taking a step back and making it easier for users to find the correct things on the map.
Instead of having to click and drag from a menu bar to the main navigation area, users will be able to select a location from the “find next location” option on the navigation bar.
This will be available on Android 7 right away, with the new navigation bar appearing in the top right corner of Google Maps when you start it up.
This feature is still in the early stages, and the feature is only available on the Google Maps app on Android.
For the time being, it will only be available in the Google Play Store.
However, if you’re already using an Android device, you can try it out by searching for “map navigation bar in Android” in the Play Store app and then clicking the “in app navigation bar for Google” link.