Google is rolling out an update for its Maps app in App Store that adds Apple Watch support. Here's what else is new. Version 4.11.0 of Google Maps, released today, has been made to be compatible with the Apple Watch. Thus far, Apple Maps was the only option for iOS users to get directions from their wrist, but the new Google Maps update has changed things.
The presence of Google Maps on the Apple Watch joins Mountain View's News & Weather app. The firm is yet to roll out staples like Gmail or YouTube. Instead, a blue directional arrow shows you which way to turn while offering guidance, including the distance to the next turn, in English.
First of all, you will have to locate the folder where your app's source code is.
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On the Watch app, you can faucet buttons to rapidly get routes to saved places, like “House” or “Work”. In a similar fashion to Apple's Flyover mode, which offers up-close city tours, the new feature builds on camera captured images (CCIs), as well as geotagged photos taken by satellites, aeroplanes, balloons, vehicles on the ground and humans. However Google Inc may have faltered on an important function that Apple Watch users have enjoyed with Apple Maps. You can switch between driving, walking and transit directions, or pull up recent destinations entered into Google Maps.
Not all who wander – or have an Apple Watch – are lost. Online security companies investigated the malware and discovered that infected apps prompted users to enter information, were able to read and write a device's clipboard, and opened websites that contained even more malicious code. As such, it is possible that other popular Google apps – like Gmail or hangouts – may also come to the Watch in the future. But preinstalling Apple Maps should be done on iOS devices.
The up to date model of Google Maps for iOS is dwell right here on iTunes.
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