Google might just be warming up to Windows Phone support. After releasing an updated version of its search app for Windows Phone earlier this week, Google is now debuting Waze for Microsoft’s mobile OS. Like the iOS version before it, Waze on Windows Phone provides access to real-time traffic reports. The features are nearly identical to the existing iOS version, allowing you to navigate with travel times, accidents, and user-based traffic alerts. Waze has around 50 million users worldwide, helping crowdsource roads. The Windows Phone version also includes community-shared fuel prices to pick the cheapest gas station. It’s available immediately in the Windows Phone Store.