The parking lot marking feature, which was first introduced in March, has become active for all Google Maps (Google Maps) users. The parking spot marking feature, which was initially offered to Android users in the United States, became available globally about a month later.
The feature, which is opened to all users of Maps, can be used in our country as well. Let us remind you that Google offers this feature for the first time with Google Now, which comes to the rescue of users who forget their parking spaces. For the parking feature, which is very simple to use, it is enough to open the Maps application and mark your location.
For those unfamiliar, you can use the Parking spot marking feature by clicking the “Save your parking spot” option that appears when you tap the blue dot on the map that shows your current location. The parking spot marking feature, which has a similar use in iOS devices, offers a much easier use when smartphones are connected to the car.
If your smartphone has connected to your car via USB or Bluetooth, the location at the time this connection is terminated is marked on the map as a parking lot.