Nearly five months after Waze rolled out its 4.0 update to iOS users, the service is finally doing the same for Android. That means the app on Google's platform now features a cleaner and smarter design, making it easier to navigate roads, share destinations and report any issues you may spot during your trip. Waze says this version is all about improving the experience for drivers and, as such, you'll start noticing less clutter on maps, brighter buttons and color-coded pins. As usual, you can grab the update from Google Play.



This article by Edgar Alvarez originally ran on Engadget, the definitive guide to this connected life.


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