Google will soon bring a new and dedicated Google Location Sharing Page to Android

Google’s location-sharing service works exceptionally well, allowing users to share their real-time location with more convenience. Now, Google seems to be planning to redesign its location-sharing page on Android devices soon.  

According to a source named PiunikaWeb, Google is reportedly working on introducing a new Google Location Sharing page on Android. This new page is spotted with the Google Play Services Beta, bearing the 25.15.14 version, which will now allow Android owners to view and even manage all their active locations that have been shared in Google Services from a dedicated page by heading to the settings.

With the Google Location Sharing feature, you will be able to share your real-time location from your device with others whom you have chosen. It seems like this new Google Location Sharing page allows users to easily view with whom they are sharing their location and for how long the location sharing is active. It also probably offers the option to quickly cancel their location sharing, all at a dedicated place. 

Meanwhile, only some of the applications will get the courtesy to make use of this new feature. Moreover, the new location-sharing page is likely under work at this point, and nothing can be stated officially. It’s all up to Google whether this new update could be spread widely or not. 

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Shazia Irani

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