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Google will save you from going on dangerous roads, this is how you will be protected

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Google Waze: The latest feature of Google Waze shows a pop-up notification to warn of dangerous roads. This feature issues an alert to the users giving information about the recent accident on a road.

Google Waze Map: giant tech company Google owned by Waze App Got a great feature which gives information about dangerous road on the basis of traffic data. According to reports, the latest beta version Users can see red colored high-risk roads on the map. However, if the users pass through a particular road frequently, then the case may be different. The feature also shows a pop-up notification of dangerous roads to keep users alert. This pop-up will only appear in countries that have access to the beta version.

In the beta version of Waze, pop-up notifications prevent users from going on dangerous roads. Using reports from drivers and your route, you can see alerts for accident history on certain roads, reports The Verge. It was said in the report that at present this feature has been given in beta version, but soon it will be released for common users as well.
What is Waze App?
Let us tell you that Waze is a navigation app, which is mainly used by bike and car users. Instead of telling the fastest route to a particular location, it tells the fastest route by sensing the condition of the route. The Waze app used for navigation gives information about traffic, police, construction, accidents etc. on the route, so that the journey of the users can be made safe.
New feature will protect users
Meanwhile, the American technology company is planning to launch a new feature, which protects users from dangerous and suspicious HTTP downloads. Let us tell you that when the user visits an HTTP website, Google Chrome on the Android smartphone categorizes it as ‘not secure’. According to 9to5Google, Google will release a security feature that will block unsafe downloads.
New toggle feature on Chrome
Google has been trying to make the Chrome browser a secure browser for a long time. The company is encouraging users to use HTTPS website. Apart from this, Google Chrome also prevents secure websites from using unsecured web forms by default. Recently it was seen that the technology firm has released a new ‘Always use secure connections’ toggle feature in the settings.


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