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Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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12/13/2012 | 10:36:02 PM
re: Google Maps Returns To iPhone
You can use it on an iPad but it's not formatted properly. At least that's the way it's supposed to be. I was unable to download Google Maps on my iPad, but I believe that was just a temporary technical issue on my end. I haven't tried today, yet. An iPad-specific build is supposedly being worked on.
Stephane Parent
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Stephane Parent,
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12/13/2012 | 5:44:10 PM
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Is it really not available for the iPad? Or does it mean, it will not make use of the iPad's extra resources (i.e., screen)?
Jonathan_Camhi
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Jonathan_Camhi,
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12/13/2012 | 3:33:50 PM
re: Google Maps Returns To iPhone
Finally. I've been avoiding updating iOS on my iPhone because I didn't want Apple maps.

Jonathan Camhi, Bank Systems & Technology, Associate Editor.


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