With the Pride Made Moon, Google adds small but practical features in Maps and is looking to help individuals transgender, non-gender and gender. Local lists can now include mention whether a business has a gender neutral toilet. You will see that the information listed is below the facility facilities about the tab. As before, it is also possible for whether the business identifies itself as a safe transgender room.
It’s not the only new feature that the company added to the map. In the addition of timely (after all, this day of the world bicycle on June 3), it expanded the availability of bicycle sharing information. At the end of 2021, the company said the feature would work in more than 100 additional cities in 25 countries, including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Portland, Miami and Boston. You can use that functionality to find a bicycle sharing station, and to see how many bicycles are available in each.
Either way, it’s a significant expansion. When Google first added bicycle information to the map, it was available in 24 cities in 16 countries. Besides that it comes because more people look at the company for directing and cycling information. According to Google, seeing people use maps to travel cycling, on average, 10 percent longer than they took in 2020.