Google Maps has recently launched a new feature for its Android and iOS applications that can determine the maximum speed of users while driving.
The property informs the user about the maximum speed of the vehicles on the street and gives him the possibility to determine the location of the radars on the road, according to the site "Android Police."
According to the site, "Mashball" will send an audible signal to the driver when approaching a radar for speed control.
The speed limit with which Google began experimenting in San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro since 2016 is now available to users in Denmark, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Radar Radars can initially be available to users in Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Google is looking for the new update to catch up with other companies and apps like Garmin and Waze, according to The Virgues.