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There are many reasons why Apple's overhauled web mapping service still has a long way to go before challenging the popularity of Google Maps and Waze, with a big one perfectly illustrated by a new feature that appears to be rolling out across a number of different global markets as we speak.

Even though this sounds like a potential lifesaver (literally), the search giant forgot to mention it was coming just a few days ago, when announcing a couple of convenient new ways to report driving incidents on Google Maps. Of course, the reason the aptly called Stay Safer functionality is expanding from India to the US, Netherlands, Malaysia, and possibly other places this discreetly might be the limited nature of its release.

Then again, Big G didn't make a lot of noise when moving the feature out of testing and into the wild in India in the first place, as Google Maps just so happened to be in the midst of a wider update process back in June as well. In any case, if you notice the option being added to the wildly popular mapping and navigation app on your Android handset, you should definitely take it for a test drive the next time you hop into a cab.


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