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* Supporting reports that apply to both directions of travel, not just your direction or the opposite direction
 
* Supporting reports that apply to both directions of travel, not just your direction or the opposite direction
 
* Making [[road reports]] that apply to a location other than your current location
 
* Making [[road reports]] that apply to a location other than your current location
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'''Recently completed:'''
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* Upgrading both the [[Banks of Servers|World servers]], which has increased the speed of [[Map Editing|editing maps]] in [[Cartouche]]

Revision as of 23:20, 4 October 2010

Waze is growing fast in features and popularity. This is not a complete list of development areas, but should reassure you that Waze is aware of your concerns and is working to make things better.

Current development focus includes:

  • Making the Android version stable
  • Fixing annoying bugs
  • Upgrading the North America servers for USA and Canada
  • Getting European and UK base maps (map grids) in place
  • Adding the ability to search for location by UK postcodes
  • Bugs can occur when deleting junctions is known and being taken care of
  • Implementing road blocks and road closures
  • Supporting Car pool, (HOV), Transit Lanes
  • Being able to route through connected parking lot roads, when you start on a parking lot road
  • Supporting reports that apply to both directions of travel, not just your direction or the opposite direction
  • Making road reports that apply to a location other than your current location

Recently completed: