Google has launched a new Google Maps app for iOS to use on Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch, which is now available for download from the Apple App Store
Apple declared its choice to replace Google Maps – which came pre-installed on each iOS products from the original iPhone’s release to iOS 5 release – to support an app of its own Maps at WWDC in June. Throughout the brief demonstration, the Maps offered themselves fine but as it came to users the actuality was extremely unlike.
Apple’s native map app has received a fair amount of user denigration, with users criticizing of wrong location information, 3D Flyover picture glitches and a generally not have of sufficient features they became familiarized with Google Maps’ Street View. Just 2 days ago, Australian police announced a declaration to the motor driver of the city of Mildura, cautioning them not to utilize iOS Maps for the reason that the app had sourced a number of travelers to become trapped in a distant region of a national park, which in turn prompted search and save procedures.