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Google Maps On iPhone Now Displays Food Delivery Options

iOS: Google’s updated its Maps app with the addition of food ordering options. Now, when you pull up a restaurant in Google Maps, you’ll see what, if any, third-party delivery services they use.

Google Maps Adds Shortcut To Find Out How Traffic Is In Your Area

Android: For many of us, Google Maps has long-since replaced radio shows for finding out about traffic on your way home. Now, Google’s making it easier with a home screen shortcut to see the state of traffic around you.

Google Maps For iPhone Improves Its Widgets, Adds More Detail To Map Locations

iOS: Google updated its Google Maps app for iPhone to bring in a handful of new features, including an improved widget and more detailed descriptions.

Google Maps Now Integrates Your Google Calendar Events

Android: Google’s rolling out an update to Google Maps on Android that integrates your Google Calendar events and Google contacts into Google Maps.

How To Enable App Extensions In Apple Maps

iOS: One of the neat new features in iOS 10 is the ability for third-party apps to integrate into Apple Maps. These extensions are not enabled by default, so you might totally miss them if you don’t bother digging into the Settings app.

Manually Clear Out The Cache In Google Maps For iPhone And Free Up Space

iOS: The offline mode in Google Maps is great, but when you add in the data the app automatically caches and cookies, it can take up a lot of space. Thankfully, OS X Daily reminds us that there’s a way to clear out that cache, it’s just tucked away in a very weird place.

Waze Will Soon Start Warning You Ahead Of Time About Sports Events And Marathons

Waze announced a new feature today that will allow events planners to enter in upcoming roads closures for things like sporting events and marathons.

Google Maps' New Offline Features Make It Easier To Get Around Without Data

If you’re travelling abroad where your phone may not work, or you just don’t like using all of your data on the go, Google Maps has you covered. Two new features today will help you get around town even if you don’t have service.

Niantic Explains Why It Shut Down Pokemon GO Trackers

Third-party tracking websites like Pokevision are exceedingly popular with Pokemon GO players due to their ability to reveal the geo location of pokemon in real time. Over the past week, the game’s creator Niantic has been systematically shutting down these applications with little to no explanation to outraged fans. In the face of mounting criticism, the company has finally released a statement explaining why these tracking sites are being blocked. Turns out it’s all Brazil’s fault.

Skiplagged's Real-Time Pokemon GO Map Is A Decent PokeVision Alternative

If you’re looking for a good real-time Pokemon GO map to replace the now defunct PokeVision, travel deals web site Skiplagged has just the ticket.

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