It displays the same battery percentage on both phones when the location was last updated and there is no way to turn it off. The feature aims to eliminate stress and anxiety from a lack of response when batteries are running low.
Google has been testing its Maps location sharing service with a pretty unorthodox new feature for a while now.
Allowing others to view the state of charge can help alleviate concerns.
Follow the steps you normally would to share your location to try out the new feature
This is why we wanted to ask you if you are fine with Google sharing your battery life as well as your location with your exes. If you're keeping an eye on less tech-savvy users, for example, it might be a good reminder to tell them they need to plug their phones in, lest they unexpectedly go offline. Of course, some smartphone users are better than others at actually making use of their devices and responding to communication.
That way, rather than sending out regular ETA updates, users can simply open Google Maps and see for themselves where you are. After several users reported seeing different variations of the feature, it is now being rolled out to all users.
The feature is now live on Google Maps' mobile apps, so you can try it right away. Zenly, a social map app that Snapchat acquired had a battery sharing feature back in 2016.
Ghosh talked about innovating features for India specifically.
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