Google Maps is receiving an update this evening, the highlight of the show, for those on the go, is the new ability to share directions with others.
Today’s indie app of the day is Alongways. This navigation app focuses more on the trip than the destination and helps you find stops along the way.
Today’s indie app of the day is Maps.Me Offline Maps. As the name implies, this app lets you download maps for offline use and has other useful features.
Turn your Google location history into an interactive heat map with this location history visualizer web application.
Today Nokia announced that users of Samsung Galaxy devices will soon be able to download the free Here app for Android. The app will become available to other Android devices by the end of the year.
Google does love to surprise us with fun Easter eggs, this time out we head to the Moon, and Mars too via Maps. There is some great imagery here, but Street View and Directions do not work, yet.
“Cycling is the new golf,” according to CNN Money. While biking has long been a combination of leisure activity, sport and a practical means to get around town, cycling has now turned... into an event for business people to get together. According to The Economist, a growing number of city cycling clubs and corporate-sponsored charity bike rides are bringing together like-minded professio...
Less than a couple of days after the latest Google Maps update for Android comes yet another software revision, this time to re-add offline maps – somewhat.
Apple’s Maps application in iOS frankly sucks. Apple seems to be making an effort do do something about it, and the company has reportedly edged out a key executive responsible for Maps development. Will this help accelerate development and improvement on the platform, or should Apple just bite the bullet and let Google Maps handle what it does best?
Disappointed by iPhone’s map functionality? Then here comes the respite! Nokia has announced its latest strategy pertaining to its trademark Nokia Maps service by re-branding it as “Here” and launching beyond the Windows Phone platform.