From this FAQ:
- Waypoints (add stops to your route)
- Map error reporting
You can't tell me that this is because of iOS. I'm sure an experience developmentteam can easly implement the option on iOs if it is already out there.
9 months after launch, so much still needs work:
1. Sort out the fact that the app is about 2 seconds behind where you are on the road - never missed a junction with the old app, now I do with the new app
2. Sort out route options with all the old functionality - alternative route, minimise delays, avoid roadblock... Google Maps and Apple Maps are way ahead with alternative routes
3. Have remaining time and distance on the screen at the same time. There's an empty black space - why....?
4. Introduce the old 'stop navigation' feature from the old app
5. Give options of different colours for the map
6. Give options of removing useless menu items that I never use and reordering so useful things are neaar the top.
I'm grateful for a 3 year free subscription, but unless most of these are sorted out, there's no way I'll pay for the app when the 3 years run out. It's nothing compared to the old one.
Carbon Based wrote:
It is still my preferred navigation option, but it is frustrating in parts:
My Drive compatibility to use plotted routes will be great to see as the current app doesn't even offer "Travel via."
This app seems to be very good at dynamically changing to always take the fastest route but it would be good to be notified when this has happened, the old app had audio update on significant change in arrival time that was very welcome.
Showing alternative routes from the outset would be good. I often start long routes where traffic conditions are likely to change mid journey (M25/M1 approaching rush hour) so I might want to start on a marginally slower route if it might be more reliable.
The delay that currently means complex junctions are often described after you've driven though them is very annoying so that would be a priority.