Hari Raya is approaching and we all know what that means: It’s a long weekend with good food, festivities and great company. But, there’s also one other thing that’s nearly unavoidable for those who are travelling out of town and that’s traffic jams.
But we may have a quick and easy guide that can help you out.
Waze just released a brand new update that that lets you record your own custom voice prompts. Yep, say hello to the Waze Voice Recorder because we’re all set, let’s go.
Your daily commute is going to get easier as Waze has added Spotify integration within its navigation app. So if you’re shuffling between your favourite tracks or playlist, you can do it all from the same Waze interface.
One of the most popular maps and navigation applications in the world has been rebranded. It’s got a whole new name and look, but I’m not sure how well it will sit with its fans. Are you ready to hear the name? Here we go.
The holiday season is upon us, but while that brings a lot of joy and fun times for most, there is always the issue of getting caught in traffic jams when you balik kampung and then again when you return to KL. The good news is that popular navigation application Waze is here to help ease your traffic woes.
Waze is going to make your driving experience a little less hazardous with their new feature that’s designed to help you avoid “difficult intersections”.
Need directions to somewhere but you’re out of high-speed data? That’s not a problem if you’re on U Mobile, as they are giving free Waze usage to its current customers.
Want to avoid getting another speeding ticket? Waze has started to introduce a speed alert feature which tells you if you’re driving faster than you should. This is rolling out starting today in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Czech Republic, El Salvador, France, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad, Tobago and Uruguay. More countries will be supported very soon.
Waze’s new bubbly interface has finally arrived on Android. First introduced for iOS users, the new Waze 4.0 brings a fresh new design and it is developed to be kinder to your smartphone’s battery life. Hopefully, this means less charging while you’re on the move.
When we announced that Google Maps‘ offline navigation had finally rolled out in Malaysia, many rejoiced, but apparently not everyone is happy with being able to rely on navigation applications just a little more. UMNO lawmaker Datuk Raime Unggi said in Parliament today that Malaysian dependency on navigation apps to find their way around the maze-like labyrinth of Kuala Lumpur’s bustling city centre, was possibly exposing our country to “external threats” from foreign countries.