Augmented reality is coming to Google Maps.
At its I/O developers conference last May, Google announced it would update the app’s walking navigation feature at some point in the future, so you could use your phone’s camera and arrows on the screen to help you find your way.
The search giant said Sunday it’s beginning to test the feature with a small group of people, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
The company also announced in May that Maps would integrate with Google Lens, the company’s visual search tool, to show you information about the businesses around you, again through your phone’s camera.
The AR navigation announcement comes as Google has been adding more capabilities to Maps, which has more than 1 billion users. Back in May, Google announced features to make the app more social, such as a “for you” tab that offers tailored recommendations and a “match score” to tell you how much you might like a restaurant or business.
Google Maps has also been expanding its partnerships. In December, Google announced it was teaming up with electric scooter company Lime to show you where the nearest scooter is parked.
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