Microsoft today released a new update for Windows Maps for Insiders on both the Fast and Slow Ring.
The update does not include any major new features, but does fix a lot of bugs and issues. Notable new features do however include the ability to manually save a location when GPS is not available and new Airport venue Maps.
The full changelog reads as below:
- Ability to manually save your location when GPS isn’t available, which can now be used by Windows and other apps and services that you allow.
- Reliability, accessibility, and performance improvements.
- New airport venue maps. You’ll see a purple layout on places that have it and tapping on it will show you the indoor map for that airport. You can also switch between multiple floors.
- Fixed remaining issues with voice instructions, all languages supported should now be speaking instructions.
- Fixed several bugs that were leaving guided directions in weird states (arrows disappeared or it stopped tracking your location)
- Fixed issue with StreetSide becoming unresponsive when you were dragging the mouse outside the app window.
- Reliability, accessibility, and performance improvements
The update is already live on the Store, and you can grab it from the link below.