Google Maps has added a new feature that shows the exact location of a landing for the first time.
The feature, which is called ‘Landing’ on the map, shows a “Landing” icon when you hover over a landing.
The icon is placed above a road or roadhead, which lets you zoom in to see the exact landing spot.
The new feature was revealed during a live demo of Google Maps on Wednesday.
The app has also added a button to let you zoom directly in on a road.
Google Maps will now automatically add a new landing to your map once it detects you are within a radius of 500 metres from a road, which it does automatically, according to the company.
This means that Google Maps now can be used to find your exact spot at a road intersection, or the exact spot where you landed from the previous spot.
Google says this is the first such feature added to the app.
This comes a week after the company said it would add “Landmarks” to the Google Maps app to allow you to mark locations on the maps that are currently marked as “non-functioning.”
Google Maps said in a blog post that this feature is part of its efforts to make the Google map experience better for everyone.
“As part of our commitment to make Maps better for people everywhere, we’ve added a feature that allows you to add your own Landmarks to your maps, giving you access to places you may not have known existed,” the company wrote.