As we've mentioned several times in recent weeks, even though it's a much more complete (and complex) application, Google Maps still cannot compete with Waze when it's time to travel by auto.
If Google Maps really brings in this feature that can alert users of speed traps ahead, it will definitely reduce the amount of drivers who get tickets for going over the speed limit.
These features have been available on Waze, a crowd-sourced navigation app acquired by Google in 2013, for some time. The same Android Police reports that speed trap icons have already been spotted inside Google Maps, right alongside voice warnings. However, Android Police did state that they couldn't find the similar speed camera icons when they browse the same location, so it might be possible that the feature is still rolling out.
When Google bought Waze in 2013 for almost a billion dollars, most analysts assumed they would eventually integrate the app's groundbreaking features into Google Maps.
It is true that with the arrival of these features in Google Maps, Waze will no longer have its strongest arguments.
He also measured how often the app got users to their destination on time and if not, how often users arrived at their destination later than expected.