Google Maps for iOS Now Live in App Store

Google Maps for iOS Now Live in App Store

www.macrumors.com
In line with a report from just a few hours ago, Google's new standalone Maps app for iOS [App Store] has just gone live in the App Store. The app offers iOS 6 users unhappy with the experience on Apple's new in-house Maps app the ability to switch back to...
Google Maps for iOS Now Live in App Store
                                       

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