Google Maps v5.10.0 for Android adds two new Places features
Always trying to compete with other services like Foursquare, the Places feature with Google Maps for Android now offer users the ability to see on the map the places they gave 4 or 5 star ratings. Additionally, you’re now able to attach an image to reviews of certain places. Of course, not everyone is going to be filled with joy over the new features, but it’s nevertheless nice to see Google aggressively deepening the app’s functionality to keep up with the competition.
If you haven’t received the notification just yet about it, you can basically download and install the free update through the Android Market right now.
source: Android Market via Android Central
1. The_Miz posted on 08 Sep 2011, 16:39 1 6
Hey Froogle, if I am using my phone in the toilet, would you like to know my location as well and violate user privacy lol?
2. vantenkiest posted on 08 Sep 2011, 17:23 4 1
LMAO no miz.. but apple wants to know where its loyal follower is at all times.. they even want a pic of your apple branded cock.... lmao
anywho.. question for you miz as you might know.. is there a way to convert apple apps to android.. theres an app i would like to use for work but rather not dish out the cash for a pad or iphone as I am more comfortable with android.
4. The_Miz posted on 08 Sep 2011, 19:43 0 4
Quit being a cheapwad and buy an iPhone or an iPod Touch. You'll easily have a better phone than anything with Androne on it.
And no, Apple doesn't want to know my location.
5. lemenade posted on 08 Sep 2011, 21:28 1 0
Dude do you even post on any apple threads ?
I only ever see you as a android basher.
8. protozeloz posted on 09 Sep 2011, 07:11 1 0
So you noticed. He is far from being an apple fan. He is a hatter that probably doesn't even has an iphone or an android phone
10. The_Miz posted on 09 Sep 2011, 12:17 0 0
I like frogs.
9. The_Miz posted on 09 Sep 2011, 12:17 0 0
Funny, you guys swarm on Apple threads like flies on horse s**t and troll it to high heaven
6. vantenkiest posted on 08 Sep 2011, 22:58 0 0
cheapwad.. i dont wanna buy an iDevice for only one app though.. and really thats all it would be is for the select extreme FEW apps that arent on android.
7. Kaushik (unregistered) posted on 09 Sep 2011, 01:56 3 0
I'd say - don't go stingy on research. Find out and realise for yourself that Apple phones are indeed not all that great. You get better for less money. You get more choice. That makes sense, doesn't it?