Google Maps Wants to Know When It Is Wrong
May 4, 2011, 8:44 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google has kicked out another update for Google Maps for Mobile. Version 5.4.0 for the Android platform now lets users see their Google Maps searches in Google Web History when signed into their account. Maps will now display additional business details for each search result on the map. Last, Maps has added a crowd-sourced reporting tool that allows users to tell Google when its information is incorrect. Google said this last feature is in beta, and it didn't explain how the reports will be put to use by Google to update its mapping data. Google Maps for Android is free.
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