Google has a big surprise for commuters who prefer Kannada while using Maps. As the state marks yet another Karnataka Rajyotsava, Google also wants to join the celebrations with this new move that brings Google Maps in the local language.
You will now find Kannada as a language option while using Google Maps. It will show all the details in the regional language. This has led many users to take to Twitter to show how happy they are.
However, there are some who have been pointing out mistakes in the names of some of the places.
However there are numerous mistakes in the Kannada names. For example, here it should be ರಾಜಾಜಿನಗರ. But it says ರಾಜಾಜಿನಾಗರ್ pic.twitter.com/XAMhTN5ZJq— Ashwin Siddaramaiah (@ashwinsid) November 3, 2017
Here's how you can change the language for Maps: First open Google Maps and head to the 'menu' icon. Under Menu, you will find 'Language'. You can choose from languages there, which also include Marathi, Gujrathi, Tamil among others.