Google Maps for iOS Now Remembers Where You've Been and What You've Done

Google Maps for iOS Now Remembers Where You've Been and What You've Done

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Google has announced that Google Maps for iOS will now remember where you've been and what you've done.

Whether you use Your Timeline to remember your last vacation or what you did last weekend, it’s a useful way to see your life on the map and recall the places you went and activities you enjoyed on any given day, month or year.

Google Maps for iOS Now Remembers Where You've Been and What You've Done

Google says that with the launch of Timeline on iOS it has added more customization and control. You can edit any location, delete a day, date range or your full history, and customize your modes of transportation and activity types.

Google Maps for iOS Now Remembers Where You've Been and What You've Done

You can now quickly access Your Timeline from the place cards of locations or businesses you’ve previously visited. Additionally, it's possible toreceive monthly emails summarizing the cities, countries, and places you’ve visited. To manage these email settings, open the settings tab from Your Timeline, and toggle “Timeline emails” on or off.

You can download Google Maps from the App Store for free.

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Google Maps for iOS Now Remembers Where You've Been and What You've Done

Google Maps for iOS Now Remembers Where You've Been and What You've Done
ApplleeeeeLover - April 20, 2017 at 5:04am
Snowden, Please come back and tell us what else is collecting anonymously....
odedo1 - April 19, 2017 at 3:59pm
I can't believe the I actually think that we are such fools when they say that we can delete days that we don't want or like, sure we can delete from seeing it ourselves but not from google seeing and keeping it all, that's why I turn off the GPS on my devices, I was doing fine without GPS before the iPhone and I'm doing fine today to, and if I really need directions because I'm late for something important I can turn it on for a minute or use a pre installed maps without using GPS, it only took me a week to get used to it.
She1kh - April 19, 2017 at 11:01pm
You mean you haven't turned on the "Find my iPhone" feature? If you lost your phone, you might not be able to find it.
komo - April 19, 2017 at 12:56pm
Spy much
Hercules - April 19, 2017 at 12:49pm
Before GOOGLE ( and all the others...FB, etc...) do that ( spying) without officialy saying and without the countenance of users, today they officialy confirm them doing....
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