Though the move to cloud storage solutions is fast becoming the new normal, we still encounter the occasional automatic download on a mobile device. While the Downloads app has sat untouched for some time, that all could change
Good news for Google Maps users today, as the Mountain View search giant announces a few updates for Maps. Since updating Maps after this years’ I/O conference, Google has been in a bit of beta testing for the popular service.
Back in May Google teased us all with a few details stating they were taking their Street View and Trekker program to one of the most beautiful archipelagos on Earth. That being the Galapagos Islands. Where we can enjoy the Sea
Satellite imagery and automated systems can only do so much in capturing relevant mapping data, such as open roads, walkways, and transportation lines. That is why Google launched its Ground Truth project to improve the
Earlier this year Google released a pretty massive update that completely overhauled their Google Maps application for mobile devices. The new and improved Maps is pretty awesome, although some still miss the old version, but
Google announced the acquisition of Waze back in June. At the time they talked about how the deal was being made in an effort to outsmart traffic and it looks like Maps users are now getting a first look at the integration.
Getting directions for driving, cycling, and walking has always been rather easy using Google Maps on our smartphones, but today Google’s showing off an even easier way. How exactly can it get easier you ask? Using Google
It is no secret that Google makes money based on advertising. Services like Gmail have long included advertisements and moving forward you will likely be noticing some on Google Maps. While this may sound like a terrible move for
Google has recently launched a new community based site. This latest is called Views and it deals with photo sphere images. More specifically, being able to easily share those photo sphere images with others. The Views community
Following a bit of an outcry from users, Google has once again updated Google Maps for Android and this time around they addressed the issue of offline maps. This all came as a result of the Google Maps v7 update that was