For many, the release of Google Maps for iOS was like the Second Coming. However, since Google’s maps are no longer integrated directly into iOS, using some features on the iPhone — like asking Siri for directions — still opens Apple’s Maps app. Thankfully a few workarounds have emerged that don’t require any jailbreaking or coding skills.
Much Awaited Google Maps kicks back to iOS Google Maps app is out and yes it is free. Google Map was kicked out of iOS and apple replaced it with its own crappy Apple Maps. But the good thing out of this is that Google Map has come back with much better features and
iOS 6 MAPS Apple on 11-June-2012 at WWDC Launched many products including a Major iOS upgrade from iOS 5.1.1 to iOS 6 Beta. More than 200 advance features were added. One of the most cool feature is The All new iOS 6 MAPS app. Apple dumped Google maps in iOS6 for which Apple was working since
Google Maps Allows you to Ride a Train on Street View For the first time, you can ride a train on Street View. Google did it in partnership with UNESCO and Rhaetian Railways, The scene is captured 75.8 miles/122 km of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Albula/Bernina railway line with Street View cameras. The Swiss mountain journey also began
Google Map links for their websites will be charged for heavy usage of the service Google will charge Google Maps API Service from 1 January 2012 when limit of 25,000 map “hits” are made in a day. This will directly hit Travel firms, who use G maps to link customers to view the destination they
Yes HTC Corporation unveiled its latest handset – the HTC Dream, the first Android-powered mobile phone released in Australia. Available through Optus, the HTC Dream combines full touch-screen functionality and a QWERTY keyboard with a mobile Web experience that includes the popular Google products that millions have enjoyed on their desktop, including Google Maps with