And now it turns out that another one of Waze's best features may be already available to some Google Maps users.
For now, it seems that the feature may actually be in developmental stages, with an audio cue sounding when users are approaching the speed camera.
Google Maps has become the default navigation app for millions of drivers around the world, despite automakers themselves frequently offering their own navigation systems in new vehicles.
The maps will now show speed traps and speed limit signs near you.
Google in October also rolled out a dedicated "commute" tab on Google Maps that offers live traffic updates and transit information in certain areas.
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If you are a Waze user than for you it normal to see the speed trap reports, so now, you know what to expect from Google. The same option can also be accessed through the "cab" mode on Google Maps.
The speed limit feature will also be helpful for users, especially on highways and for longer road trips in order to keep a track of what the speed limit is for the particular highway. With the speed alerts coming to Maps, the two are stepping on each other toes a little more.
He measured his activity on Google Maps, Apple Maps and Waze to determine which navigation service got their users to their destination quickest. For the time being, it's only available in specific locations in the US.
The new commute tab is located in the toolbar at the bottom of the Google Maps app, between the "Explore" and "For you" tabs. The report on Mashable says the speed limits will come for users in US, UK, and Denmark.