Thanks to the new partnership with Parkopedia, Apple Maps adds to its features the ability to test the free places in the parking lots and the dislocation of the basis for charging electric vehicles.
Apple Maps has received very interesting feature thanks to the latest accrued agreements. To have announced the news is Parkopedia, which revealed that Californians will provide its database of parking services available around the world. The Apple application of satellite mapping and navigation will earn 40 million data contained on Parkopedia, scattered in 75 countries on four continents, including North America, Asia, Europe and Latin America.
To date, Apple Maps indicates some car parks with a simple icon, while in the future the information will be accompanied with deeper details such as the number of places available, those highly accessible, the options for the payment offered, the availability of bases for the electrical charging, the height limits and the opening hours. Those who were not yet satisfied can click on its entry to access the Internet site of Parkopedia and get an even higher number of information.
Apple Maps in the future, thanks to the data provided by Parkopedia, will be able to show, which are the cheapest among those parking lots nearby. At the time of writing, Apple has not yet announced the addition of information on parking. He had already added Parkopedia to data providers list for the map service. Apple Maps now has been working with various realities third party, such as TripAdvisor, booking.com, Yelp, Acxiom and others.
The new parking information is available on iOS 9 and iOS 10, and this latest release will also be issued the new feature Parked Car, which allows you to ” remember ” proactively where the car was parked without any interaction on the part of user. The new integration Parkopedia is already active in some markets and is currently being rolled out globally.