Google Maps for iOS is Available (Video)

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Google now offers on the iTunes Store application Google Maps  and also Google Admits that Google Maps for iOS is Better than Android Version.

It provides the latest enhancements recently supported by Google on its other versions. However, it is now essential to have an account to log making it more of a bitch because google can now (potentially) draw your journeys.

Following, Google also offers an SDK for developers iOS called its software rather than the Apple Maps application. This is probably the beginning of a battle and somehow one of the few competitions that Apple allows applications with its products.

The Main Features with Detail are Given Below:

Search

  • Find addresses, places, and businesses around the world with Google local search.
  • Discover places to eat, drink, shop, and play with ratings and reviews local.
  • Login to synchronize research, information and favorite places between your computer and your phone.

Directions

  • Use the directions step by step voice.
  • Find the best route for your travel by train, bus, subway or on foot.
  • Access to real-time information on traffic in cities around the world.

Street View images and

  • View 360 degree panoramic views of places all over the world with Street View.
  • Watch the interior of 100,000 activities all over the world.
  • View high-resolution satellite images of locations around the world.

Simple and easy to use

  • A new experience of using Google Maps on your iPhone.
  • Simplified interface and a new design for easier exploration of the places that interest you.
  • Use your hands to explore the map and navigate the results.

Since we are talking about the Google mapping system, be aware that an alert was launched by another Australian authority on his subject as a problem for Apple localization error potentially dangerous.

Latest update:

You can use the application without logging into an account.

Posted by on December 13, 2012. Filed under Google, News, Technology. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

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