By By Thaivisa
The new feature is available on both iOS and Android, Google said in a blog post.
To enable the feature, Android users just need to tap on the blue do that reveals their location and then tap “save your parking”.
The location will then be saved and a label added to the map showing where the car is parked.
Users are then able to add additional info to the label and can even add an image of where the car is parked or send the location of the parking spot to friends.
For iOS users, they can follow similar steps to enable the feature on their iPhone. Start by tapping on the blue dot and select “set as parking location”.
“This is in addition to the automatic parking detection you might have already noticed in Google Maps for iOS. If you connect to your car using USB audio or bluetooth, your parking spot will be automatically added to the map when you disconnect and exit the vehicle,” Google said.
The news comes after Google has rolled a number of useful new features to its popular navigation app.
Earlier this year it began displaying real time traffic info that gives drivers information on how congested a road is.
Google also added a new feature that lets users share their location with their friends.