In a rather unnecessary but utterly satisfying technological advancement, you can now have the voice of "God"—and by that we mean actor Morgan Freeman—guide you to your next destination.
Freeman, who is as admired for his acting as for his divine vocal work (in Bruce Almighty and Evan Almighty), is the latest celebrity to have his iconic voice made available on Google's navigation app, Waze.
That means whether you are going on a road trip to a far-off destination or you just want to eat at a neighborhood fast food store, you can now have the 78-year-old actor's golden voice guiding you on your way there.
The voice feature is actually a marketing tie-in for his upcoming film, London Has Fallen (the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen), wherein he plays US Vice President Allan Trumbull.
While we have yet to test the feature, E! Online reports that the feature includes lines like "The time has arrived, President Wazer. The world awaits your commands," and "You've arrived. It's been my honor and duty to see you through this mission." This will definitely make fetching your lady so much cooler.
Meanwhile, who's up for listening to a helium-infused Freeman?