Noticed not just for navigation from Google that if you take a wrong turn where GPS often shows after the rebuild route the remaining travel time is greatly reduced compared to present to change the route. I think this speaks to the fact that paving route 1 time you build, the Navigator is not looking for later options.
The same is noticed and Yandex Navigator.
The question of why such a simple way to increase the effectiveness of navigation as a constant (every minute, say) check the optimal route is not used? Traffic will not increase the load on the device (CPU and battery) is not important to anyone.
In gulonolactone you can do it in semi-manual mode, there is a button to select an alternative route. I use it a lot in the process of moving around the city, because if you click it, it counts as tubes and more profitable may be another route.
amie_Cro answered on October 8th 19 at 00:28
It will be interesting when You're standing for example at traffic lights, a turning row, and he suddenly "remembers" that right, will be interesting.
cordell_Torp54 answered on October 8th 19 at 00:30
Cityguide does it. Including does and what CrazySquirrel wrote above. Standing on the right says "turn left". But the problem in this. Can't — go as they can, it will rebuild again.
Navigation from Google and Yandex is nedonashivanie, anyway. Yandex is better, generally well made at first glance, but some of the crap in actual use out in the last days. Buggy yet. Hope finished.