Samsung has announced an update for its Galaxy Active and Galaxy Active Fire maps which allows users to share a Fire Map to other users and use it to see what the device is doing.
The update comes in the form of an update to the Android 6, 1.3.1 Marshmallow version of the Maps app which adds a new “active fire” mode.
In this mode, the Galaxy Active maps can be accessed using the Google Maps app and you can see the devices location and what the fire looks like in the maps overlay.
In the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8 Active, users can share maps with other people, either through the Google maps app or through the Maps web app.
In the Galaxy X Active, the active fire mode is accessed via the Samsung’s own Maps app.
Users can choose to use the map as a bookmark, a home screen, or an alert.
If you are using the active Fire map, you can choose which map you want to show when you launch the Galaxy Launcher app.
In the Android 5.1.1 version of Marshmallow, Samsung added a new feature for users to show maps in an alert mode when a user logs in to their Galaxy.
This feature, which was introduced with the Galaxy Note 7, lets users show a map with only the location of their device in a blue outline of the map.
Samsung said that in this mode the map will appear blue and a notification will appear in the notification bar of the Galaxy icon when the device logs in.
Users can then tap on the map to get more information.
Users who download the update will be able to share the map with friends and family, as well as see how far away the device will be.
This will allow users to quickly find their devices location if it’s a busy street or highway.