For major metropolitan areas, transit information can be a requirement for many visitors and residents, which means Apple has to continue to add the feature within its stock Maps app at a semi-regular basis.
Bike sharing is a growing element in many cities across the globe, and now Apple Maps can show you locations in many different areas.
When Apple launched iOS 11 late last year, it also brought with it lane guidance into the stock Apple Maps app.
Apple continues to roll out support for transit information within its stock Maps app, this time adding information for three areas in South Carolina in the United States.
Throughout 2017, Apple was adding new locations covered by transit information on a semi-regular basis, and while 2018 has been relatively quiet so far, the initiative hasn’t died down completely.
Google Maps is getting an all new update which brings a handful of features to the table. First up is a slightly revamped user interface with increased focus on points of interest that is relevant to a particular user. Maps will now start picking up your reservations from Gmail, events from Calendar, and add those locations automatically for easier navigation.
Throughout the first part of 2017, Apple was on a semi-consistent roll deploying new areas supporting transit information through Apple Maps.
When Apple introduced iOS 11 earlier this year, the company confirmed that indoor mapping would finally arrive for the software, as far as airports were concerned.
While getting navigation routes while driving may be the primary use for some users of Apple Maps and Google Maps (and other similar apps), getting an outlined path while walking is also an important feature.
Transit information continues to roll out into Apple Maps, with the latest additions bringing support to one of the more congested areas in the United States.