ispyisail wrote:However the real question that needs to be asked is, is Waze a replacement for a navigation system like Google maps in that you can navigate from Auckland to somewhere you dont know. Or is it a user based traffic assessment app that you use in your local area to get around current problem spots?
But it doesn't do the first very well. Having said that its getting better.
pcp192 wrote:I Agree. Finding the fastest way between two known points is great for day to day commuting and it's essential that a good navigation app be able to search and find addresses (or at least streets), and provide the fastest route to get there.
pcp192 wrote:would you suggest that drivers should use an alternative navigation app if they need to 'find' an address or street rather than Waze?
pcp192 wrote:Why limit the capabilities of Waze when it can be so much more than just a tool for daily commuting?
nzhook wrote:However this conversation seems to be focused on having a City against the primary field, ive already mentioned a number of times of using the alternative names, which would mean having No City against the primary, and then an alternative name with the city (or suburb for when City was used in a suburb)? IN this case:
- Client will find it, and will be able to navigate to it.
- Client will also display city names and built up areas correctly.
- Zoomed out levels also wont look over complicated.
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