Google Maps, which has dominated our lives for so long, is going the way of the dodo.
Now, it seems that the company is looking to replace the map with something more useful: weather forecasts.
This week, Google Maps has rolled out a new weather feature called Weather In-Depth.
The feature is an all-in-one, weather-based tool that allows you to filter the weather into multiple categories, including “floods”, “wind” and “snow”.
It’s like an online weather station with a few handy features.
One of the coolest features is that it’s weather-specific.
“You can filter out certain weather events based on your location and your preferences,” a Google spokesperson said in an email to The Verge.
WeatherInDepth is available on Android phones and tablets.
You can also search for a particular area and use Google Maps to locate that area, using the map’s built-in weather filter.
Google Maps has been around for a while, but this is the first time it has offered a weather-focused feature.
If you want to use WeatherInDepth, you’ll have to download the Weather In-Dense app for Android, which is available for free in the Play Store and is currently available only for iOS devices.
When I first saw the new feature, I was intrigued.
I’m not an expert on weather, so I wasn’t really sure how useful it would be.
But after a few minutes, I started to wonder how well it would perform in a real-world scenario.
So I downloaded the WeatherInDense for iPhone app, and used it to search for an area and to locate it, using Google Maps.
After I found the location of my desired location, I set the weather filter to “flows” to make sure I had plenty of snow on the ground.
Then I selected “southern” and set the filter to moderate.
And I set it to “stormy” to prevent storms from forming.
Here’s what the results looked like on my iPhone 6s:WeatherInDenser is available to users of any iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, and is free.
According to Google, WeatherInDFreasure offers a “unique weather experience” that is unique to Google Maps:The weather map on Google Maps is built from real-time data.
It also provides you with detailed weather information, which you can filter by time of day, season and location.
Additionally, Weather In Depth offers “custom weather maps” that are tailored to your location, weather conditions and other factors.
On top of that, Weather in Depth provides detailed information on the weather across a large number of regions.
Users can also filter the map by weather conditions in the US and Canada.
As the app is weather-aware, you can use the app to predict the weather and get specific weather conditions for your location.
Google Maps is available in Australia, Canada, the US, Europe, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the US Virgin Islands.
For the US version, the app has a free version, which offers weather forecasts and alerts that are based on data from the National Weather Service.
In the UK version, WeatherData for the UK, Weather Data for the US is available.
These services also offer WeatherInForecast.com, which allows users to add their own weather forecast to the map.
Another useful feature is that the app will provide you with weather forecasts when you need them.
There’s a free option to download a weather forecast, and you can also download a forecast for a specific area from Google Maps as well.
While WeatherInInDepth for iPhone has been available for some time, this is Google’s first time making it available for Android.
What do you think of Google’s new weather tool?
Would you use it?
Do you think it’s useful?
Let us know in the comments below.