Want to travel back in time with Waze? Activate the new Retro Mode that is available

Deepak Gupta April 13, 2022
Updated 2022/04/13 at 12:09 AM

Waze has been dedicating part of its time to creating unique experiences for the users of this service for many years. Regardless of the platform, the user experience adapts to what they want and also has some unique features.

One such experience arrives now, in the form of a Retro Mode. With this you can travel back in time and have the car, the icon and even the indications adjusted to what were the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Once again Waze creates new features and brings a different experience.

Prefer the 70s, 80s or 90s on Waze?

It has become a habit for Waze to create changes in its interface, adjusted to various themes. With small changes it completely changes what we can use, being adjusted to a theme or a moment in time, always integrated with this service.

It is in this context that arrive now the Retro Mode. This one wants to take Waze back to the end of the last century. We have the 70's, 80's and 90's there, which offered so much to those who lived through them to the fullest and with all the associated madness.

Travel back in time with the new Retro Mode

So we have different cars, icons to represent the position and even voices adjusted to each of these very different eras. We can then choose the decade we want to use and adjust the Waze image to that height.

By accessing My Waze, you will now find this novelty in the present list. with the option Drive with the 80's open access to these settings, with the possibility to choose the way they appear on the map, the car to use and the voice prompts. Each of these items has 3 options, for the 70's, 80's and 90's.

There's even more to discover with this new feature

To make this experience even more integrated, Waze also joined the TuneIn service. This created various music lists to bring all the greatest hits of the 3 current seasons to the drivers.

This experience is now available to Waze users and ready to use. It will be limited in time, but it will certainly give drivers something to remember these 3 decades that were unique for many reasons.

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