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(Request update/s for ability to edit Nav Favorites and History; Visual retention of streets in rural areas, while driving.)
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* No way to edit speed cameras or add red light cameras from cartouche.
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* Update Requests do not show on new map editor.
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I have a Droid X, with all its latest updates.
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*When looking at Waze in Droid X "installed apps", there is no obvious way to request latest Waze update verification.
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*I want to be able to edit, reorganize, and delete certain entries in the history and the Nav Favorites, but there is no obvious way to do that.
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*Even when I am going only slightly over the speed limit, the local secondary streets and roads in my area (Union, CT) disappear off the screen, despite the car icon remaining in the correct location and orientation. No such problem with Google Navigator.

Revision as of 17:35, 13 September 2012

Waze is a fun and sophisticated navigation app. In the many areas where wazers have worked on the maps for just a couple of months, it is already far superior to commercial GPS navigation aids. Waze is the best and keeps getting better.

But it is not perfect. None of these problems stop Waze from working and being useful. But they are listed here for your information, and so you know they are being worked on.



I have a Droid X, with all its latest updates.

  • When looking at Waze in Droid X "installed apps", there is no obvious way to request latest Waze update verification.
  • I want to be able to edit, reorganize, and delete certain entries in the history and the Nav Favorites, but there is no obvious way to do that.
  • Even when I am going only slightly over the speed limit, the local secondary streets and roads in my area (Union, CT) disappear off the screen, despite the car icon remaining in the correct location and orientation. No such problem with Google Navigator.