Blurry Screenshots Leaked of Native Google Maps for iOS?

Blurry Screenshots Leaked of Native Google Maps for iOS?

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Ben Guild, developer of App Map, has leaked some blurry screenshots claiming to be of Google's native Maps app for iOS 6. Unfortunately, these screenshots are very easy to fake so it's unclear if they are authentic.

Here we go.
● It's vector-based.
● It's got two-finger rotation to any angle.
● It's super fast.
● 4-inch height of the iPhone 5 is supported!

The app is said to be in alpha. No word on when it might be ready.

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Blurry Screenshots Leaked of Native Google Maps for iOS?Blurry Screenshots Leaked of Native Google Maps for iOS?

Blurry Screenshots Leaked of Native Google Maps for iOS?

Blah foe - October 15, 2012 at 1:25pm
Some people act of that the Google maps on the iPhone was the only way that people actually move around On this earth. Really people how many times have you actually use Google maps on the iPhone and made that your dedicate navigation source. I'm not sure if the critics are from overseas Or they're just looking for any fault with them apples Success. Needless to say I find the Apple maps navigation turn by turn feature to be extremely useful
Tim Cock - October 15, 2012 at 2:38pm
Yep it works for you AMERICANS, but not for the majority of foreign countries.
Darryn - October 15, 2012 at 3:42pm
Yes. It works great for Americans, for the most part. But try other countries. Just try.
jablay - October 16, 2012 at 3:58am
You're Americans, so I guess you don't have this problem. Have you any ever have a chance to go abroad? :p
Ruben Heredia - October 16, 2012 at 11:27am
The App Map, works like a charm in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I'm not relying on USD 49.99 Tomtom App for Argentina and Uruguay any more, because the App Map do a very nice work without spend a penny. It's part of iOS so, it will be updated in regular basis. Yes, I am an american too, but I am a south-american and I very pleased with the functionality of the new App Map. The only bug I could find was a slight error when try to find my house's address and the app say it is located in the next block, but we have strange things in BA, like a block that starts in 3300 and ends in 3499, so it's like two blocks in one. Just reported the error and it was fixed in a couple of hours and the app, now indicates the address in the right way. App Map is a very new Apple app, and it will get mature with the use and the participation of the vary vast range of iOS' users worldwide. Best regards.
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