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Re: New Google Maps App Lights a Beacon in iOS Darkness
Posted by Peter Suciu on 2012-12-13 12:29:28
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iPhone users can once again find their way in the world as Google Maps was approved by Apple on Thursday and will be listed in the iTunes App Store. This comes three months after the iPhone maker removed Google Maps as a built-in feature of iOS and replaced it with what polite people called a substandard mapping solution.
Users far and wide had been asking for the return of Google Maps, Google said in a blog post, and the early opinion seems to be that this new app version improves considerably upon its built-in predecessor.





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Re: New Google Maps App Lights a Beacon in iOS Darkness  Peter Suciu  2012-12-13 12:29:28
Re: New Google Maps App Lights a Beacon in iOS Darkness  rogerowens  2012-12-13 16:13:37
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