This button is emblematic of the Rider’s software philosophy, which is just a little fussy. To zoom in, you need to press the “spyglass” icon in that button once, then the button changes to a plus and a minus; press either of these to change the screen range. Similarly, when you search for your destination, you first go to the main menu, hit Search, type in an address or a place name. A list of results comes up, some obscured by the keyboard, which you dismiss with another button. Then you touch the result you want, which takes you back to the main map page showing the location and a floating menu. One option is to Ride there, which loads the address as the destination, but another submenu allows you to add it to My Places, add it to the current route as a “fly by,” use it as a starting point, or “search near here.” That’s a lot of icon touching.