In the event that you use Waze and ever expected to take your eyes off the street to control your music close by your maps, another update is beginning to reveal that should let you spend more time driving and less time tinkering with that touchscreen. MacRumors is detailing that Waze has begun turning out Apple CarPlay Dashboard support, which will permit you to see directions on CarPlay’s home screen, close by media controls, calendar events, and more.
The organization began beta testing the feature toward the end of last month, however CarPlay Dashboard has been around for Apple Maps clients since the launch of iOS 13 (however it’s simply been available to third-party developers since iOS 13.4). The incorporation is a success for driving security, as the golden rule for car UI is fundamentally “look at and touch the screen as little as you possibly can.”
Prior to this update, in the event that you wanted to change the song that was playing, you’d need to go to the Music application, press the next button, at that point advance back to Waze. That could be somewhere in the range of 3 to 6 taps on the screen, in the event that Waze was in the application launcher as an afterthought. That is a great deal, particularly in case you’re going 70 miles 60 minutes. Presently, you can have both Waze, the next turn you need to take, and the music controls on a similar screen, and changing the tune will just take one tap.
With regards to the safety theme, the update likewise incorporates lane guidance, a feature that tells you ahead of time what path you should be in for your next turn or freeway exit. This should help lessen those “I have to be four lanes over in a quarter mile” minutes that trip me up now and again.