Google continues to work to make its devices and products as accessible as possible for all users. In recent updates, the company has added accessibility features to maps and slightly improved link entry in Chrome.

This year, the company introduced a feature in Chrome that detects misspelled URLs and displays suggested websites based on what Chrome thinks you meant. This feature, which is aimed at helping people with dyslexia and language learners get to the right content faster. The feature will be available on smartphones in the next browser update.

Google Maps received the most updates, with tags to identify businesses owned by people with disabilities. There will also be support for the Lens feature, which uses artificial intelligence and augmented reality to help people use their phone’s camera to navigate unfamiliar neighborhoods and discover new places around them, such as ATMs, restaurants, or public transportation stops.

Another useful innovation will be the search for walking routes for wheelchairs, as well as establishments that have all the necessary conditions, such as an entrance without steps, accessible toilets, parking or seating. Unfortunately, this feature is currently available in a limited number of cities.

An updated Lens app has also been released for Pixel 5 and later models, which can be used to recognize street signs, read small text, and more.