Users of mobile devices running the iOS operating system will finally be getting Google Maps, whether they're online or not. The firm is now offering offline navigation for Apple's mobile devices.
Printed maps and hand-written directions are often best when you're traveling through an area without connectivity. But Google Maps has a new way to help you find your way: offline navigation and search.
Tech giant Apple is still trying to get Maps right. The firm snapped up another mapping tech firm in hopes iPhone users will stop complaining about dead-end streets and longer-than-necessary routes.
You've misplaced your Android device but you don't have a friend around to call your number so you can track it down. Well, now you can find your Android smartphone just by Googling it.
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