Google Maps or iPhone's maps?
I have an iPhone and I heard the map for iPhone is iffy. I'm going on a trip soon and I'm curious to know which one you think is better? Why?
I would recommend Google maps totally. They are fantastic for getting you where you want to go and the best way to get there.
I used both when planning a trip to NYC last summer.
google maps was great for before we left to kind of give us an idea of where we were going.. but I used my iphone map while on the road... The iphone map was good while we were actually in the city. It was very helpful while trying to find specific museums, resaurants, etc... but it was very slow to load when we were actually on the road to our destination.. Be careful about your date usage as well..I thought iphone maps wouldn't use as much of my data. I even added a roaming package as I was in the US and I'm from Canada, but still came home to a $400 cell phone bill.
by Stacie L 8 years ago
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by ASKegger 4 years ago
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by livingabroad 7 years ago
Is it OK to add google maps into your hubs?
by mathair 8 years ago
There is a google map at the end of one of my hubs. I have absolutely no idea why. Anyone got any idea why or how it could have ended up there? See Back to school preparation.Thanks
by Richieb799 9 years ago
I was Reading about adding a Google Map to my website the other day, and it said you needed some code, a API code I think for embedding it.Is it the same for Hubs? or what is the copyright status of these maps in hubs?
by doodlebugs 8 years ago
Will Google maps one day cover every part of the country, including the inside of all public places?
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