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Submitted by Speed-Racer 588d ago | news

Google Set to Release iOS Maps App Tonight

AllThingsD: Google plans to release its much-awaited iOS Maps app tonight, according to sources familiar with the matter. The app should be a welcome addition for many iPhone users, who have been unhappy with an Apple-made replacement. (Google Maps, iOS, Services, Software)

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Speed-Racer  +   588d ago
No more getting lost in the forest or driving off cliffs!
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SJIND  +   587d ago
Wow! Apple approved it...

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fatstarr  +   587d ago
LOL apple just crapped over all their hard work.
guess they didn't want anyone coming after them saying they tried to hold a monopoly on the maps market ex what Verizon did.
kingPoS  +   587d ago
After many attempts to find ??? they finally gave in and reinstated google maps.
Crazay  +   587d ago
The apple maps saga...

Apple: "screw you Google maps. We don't want you on our devices"
Google: "Kay?!? Good luck with that."

Apple: "yay us! We're innovative for we have bestowed Apple maps for you"
Apple users: "waaahhh! I'm lost"
Apple: "..." blink blink (for 3 months)
Google: "lol"

Apple: "please please come back! We failed and we know we never should have said the things we said. Forgive us."
Google: "lolololol" waits.."fiiiiine"
Apple: "yay! We have bestowed upon you Google maps! We're innovative"

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