Waze is for many the everyday navigation app, as it helps drivers avoid traffic jams, find faster routes, and get more information on their routes, all using the power of reports submitted by users around them.
In just a few words, here’s how Waze works.
Pretty much like any other navigation app, Waze allows you to configure a destination and then get turn-by-turn navigation information right on the phone’s screen or on the car’s display if the app runs on Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.
The traditional feature lineup of a navigation app is available in Waze as well, so you get voice navigation, multi-language support, toll passes, speedometers and so much more. But the star of the show is the system that relies on user reports for traffic data, so other drivers can report traffic jams, speed traps, construction zones, and other road hazards.