A couple months ago, I noticed that Google Maps rerouted me because of an accident reported by something called Waze. I installed the Waze app, and turn it on when I'm going to be driving for a while. I like it, but I'm more familiar with Google Maps and assume that Maps is better for directions and certain other info. On the other hand, Waze shows me more details about what is reported on the road, and I like contributing my own findings and confirming what is/isn't already there. It seems like Waze won't notify me of hazards/cops/etc. unless it is open in the foreground, and it seems kind of silly to have Waze and Maps running at the same time anyway. I guess I don't totally understand the intended use. Is Waze supposed to be used in replacement of Maps? Or should I only use Waze when I know where I'm going, and use Maps when I need to focus on navigation?