It's there for iOS, is there a compelling reason why it doesn't exist for Android?
I would like to clarify why this is important. I am a Search and Rescue volunteer. Sometimes, when on a mission, we get an update on the situation that relies on coordinates; sometimes via radio, sometimes text. It would be great to immediately be able to get a feeling for the location that the situational update is about without having to type in the coordinates, double check, create a waypoint and then look at that. Also, this requires naming of the waypoint so as not to create confusion on the map if multiple coordinates are communicated.
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