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Well.. it would seem that Google has smelt blood and gone on the attack. The biggest flaw in Aopple’s iOS 6 would have to be Apple Maps.
Yes, the maps are pretty. The fly over feature is fun. Love the 3D. BUT…that fun factor wears off after a few hours. The reality is that the maps are no where near as good as Google’s Maps.
Google has taken it’s maps a step further by allowing you to sync your maps with your desktop.
The latest version of Google Maps for Android remembers the searches you’ve made on the Google Maps website, and brings them up as you begin to type. You’ll also have access to your Maps search history, as well as a list of the places for which you’ve requested directions and/or navigation. The new version is available for download in the Google Play Store now for all devices.
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Nick is an IT Professional who has been in the IT industry for over 15 years. A passion for technology & thirst for knowledge. A certified ITIL v3 professional, Nick is qualified & dedicated to delivering effective & efficient IT services with an Honest smile.
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