Google Maps, a popular app for accessing maps, is now being available in the country of South Africa, where it was introduced in 2015.
The app was previously available only in select cities.
South Africa was the first country to add the feature to Google Maps in 2015, but Google has since added a number of cities and towns to the app, which allows users to search for their desired destinations.
Google Maps for South Africa Google has been adding cities to the Google Maps app since 2015.
The Google Maps team says it added the feature because of the growing number of South African cities and the need to provide access to local services, like schools and health clinics.
Google Maps for the people source GoogleNews article The app is currently available only for Android users in South African languages, but it’s also available in English and Spanish.
Google’s team says the South African users can access it by accessing their local maps, using the “Maps for the People” extension or using Google Play.
In the US, Google has also added cities to its Maps service, including Austin, Texas, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, California.