No one gets more annoyed than a New Yorker being asked "which way to go" from a tourist!

This is the 21st century, get a smartphone and find your way, just like everyone else in the Big City.

Google Maps has finally started to show some subway station layouts, which will allow both New Yorkers and tourists to get a better understanding of the frequently updated transit system. 

Every New Yorker is jumping with joy as they now know they don't have to be interrupted by confused tourists... and NGL, this will make our own lives a li'l easier too.

Even though the new update hasn't touched the surface yet, many rumors have been speculating about Google's plan to change many features, such as the street view.

The Google Map updated is being created in Japan, and our sources say that Google is also trying to add transit layouts within the app.

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We have a feeling this might confuse more than help some people, but well, you can't win 'em all.

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The app hasn't surfaced yet but when it does, you'll know!

[Feature Image Courtesy Instagram] [via TimeOut NY]