Google Maps has received the Material Design revamp that many were expecting -- and it's more than just a skin-deep upgrade.
New versions of Maps' Android and iOS apps focus on the super-flat graphics and lively animations that you'd expect from Google's new design language, but they also include built-in restaurant reservations through OpenTable.
If you're in the US, you can now book a table right from a place page instead of visiting a website or launching another app.
You'll also have more options for getting around if you're a fan of ridesharing services. When you're looking for directions, Maps now estimates both the pickup time and cost of an Uber ride to a given destination; you can quickly figure out whether or not you're better off taking the bus.