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Waze navigation app now reads destinations from iOS and Android calendars

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Google-owned Waze updated its navigation app for iOS and Android just before the new year, improving the user experience with all manner of tweaks. Evidently, it neglected to add one specific feature, hence another update dropping today that'll allow Waze to talk to the calendar apps on both those platforms. It means that if you're organized enough to associate locations with calendar appointments, you can ask Waze to take you there with but a single prod from inside the calendar app. The navigation list within Waze will also auto-populate with destination info poached from appointments. Waze is eager to highlight the feature is easily disabled from within your device's settings -- you know, if you'd rather that Miley Cyrus concert date be kept as discreet as possible.

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