Google Maps Now Works Offline (On The Subway)

droid map vertical Google Maps Now Works Offline (On The Subway) Google Maps users will now be able to pull up directions, even when they’re underground or getting spotty cell service.

Android chief Andy Rubin gave a sneek peek of the new Google Maps App at the D Mobile Conference yesterday.

The new maps app uses 100 times less data, meaning an entire map of New York could easily be stored on a mobile.

Bonus upgrade, sweet 3-D renderings.

 

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