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Waze Update – Removes “Keyboard Unavailable” Bug


Waze is hands down the most popular and most useful app and when it comes getting the fastest navigation routes. The impressive thing about this is that Waze is so good that it has even managed to surpass Google Maps. The secret behind Waze’s success is the fact that the app gives users access to a plethora of features that they can’t find anywhere else such as being able to spot police routine stops, radars and traffic jams before getting close to them.

Nonetheless, today we are talking about Waze because the highly popular has received a new update. The update sports the version number and the developers who are in charge of Waze are rolling it out via OTA (over the air) channels right now. Therefore, all Waze users who keep their smartphones connected to a stable Wi-Fi network will be able to download the new update starting today.

System Requirements

Now that we have presented the version number of Waze’s latest update, let’s go ahead and see which are the system requirements to install it. Waze has been designed to run on all types of smartphones, including older ones and this is why the only system requirement to install the new update is to use an Android-powered smartphone that is running on a minimum of Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.

What’s New?

Waze fans should be pleased to find out that the new update for the app comes with a bunch of bug fixes that take care of important issues which made it impossible to use the smartphone’s keyboard in order to type the desired address. Luckily, this issue is now getting fixed and Waze fans can travel anywhere they want without having to worry about bugs or glitches.