Send Places from Google Maps to Your iPhone
Google recently provided an update to its Maps app for iOS that adds the ability to send places from Maps on a desktop to an iPhone. The feature, which has been available to Android phones for several months, requires iPhone owners to enable notifications for Maps. In addition to sending places from desktop to mobile, the update also lets iOS users edit business hours and view photos of their saved places. Google Maps for iOS is free to download from the iTunes App Store.
Google Maps for iOS Lets You Add Pit Stops
An update to Google Maps for iOS adds useful details about what's located along any given route. Using the refreshed Google Maps, travelers can easily find rest stops, restaurants, grocery stores, and gas stations — including gas prices — during their journey.
Google Adds Shareable Lists to Maps
Google today made it easier to keep track of and share favorite spots thanks to a new list tool in Google Maps. Maps users can take advantage of pre-set list categories, such as Want to Go or Favorites, as well as create their own.
Google Maps for iOS Reaches the Apple Watch
Google today updated Google Maps for iOS and made the app compatible with the Apple Watch. Owners of Apple's wearable can view directions to places on their Apple Watch; view ETA comparisons between walking, driving, bicycling, and transit; and call places directly from the list of places.
Google Maps for iOS Gains One-Tap Access to Commute Info
Google today updated Google Maps for iOS devices with new real-time tools to make finding information on the go even quicker. iPhone owners can now swipe up when using Google Maps to open three tabs: explore, driving, and transit.