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Google has confirmed its Maps app is returning to iPhone

Scrabble-Elk (2793919) writes | about a year and a half ago

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Scrabble-Elk writes "Google has confirmed that Maps is returning to the iPhone three months after Apple booted it off in an operating system upgrade. The new Google Maps app is now available for free download from the Apple iTunes store, ending months of frustration for iPhone users forced into using the bug-filled first version of Apple’s own Maps app. The app has been built from scratch and comes with new features to bring it up to the standard of the Google Maps app for Android smartphones. This includes voice-guided directions, integration with Google Earth and local search and vector-based graphics."
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