Google has updated its maps app for iOS devices, and it includes a sign-in feature for one's reservations.
Despite the embarrassing launch of Apple Maps, the navigation app by the Cupertino-based organization has proven to be popular among iOS users.
Google Maps has issued an update for the mobile app service.
Google has issued an update for their navigation app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners.
Apple's mission to improve its maps app continued as the Cupertino-based organization purchased a navigation-software company.
Google bought an Israeli mapping app (and company) for about $1.1 billion in June. Now we're starting to see why.
Apple Inc. is hiring people for its Apple Maps division as it also asks iOS 7 beta users for help.
After revamping its Maps app and web offerings, Google has rebooted Zagat, releasing a new app for Android and iPhone, along with a new, and free, Zagat.com website.
The Google Maps update - which is a huge improvement over the old version - is now out for iOS devices, and finally offers native iPad support. The web-based version is also now open for Google users.
Earlier last week, Google announced that it was rolling out an update to its Maps app for Android smartphones and tablets. After testing the update, it's clear that the new Maps app is not just an update, but a whole new fluid interface for finding things around you.
Google has announced it has new and updated 3D images for its Google Maps and Earth products.
Google has cleared the skies for its Maps and Earth software.
Google looks to be taking its maps social, adding crowd-sourced traffic information software company Waze Inc. to its ever-expanding fold, according to sources close to Bloomberg news. The business deal, which hasn't been officially announced yet, could continue to make Google Maps the go-to app for your road trip.
Google Maps has provided an update to its biking navigation, however, it is only limited to select European countries.
Google has recently announced, at Google I/O, that they're revamping Google Maps. Google has invited people to sign up and preview their new Maps. (Update: Here's how to see it for yourself without an invite).