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gMaps Updated to Version 2.1http://www.wpsuperfanboy.com/gmaps-updated-to-version-2-1/
http://www.ubergizmo.com/2013/04/unofficial-google-maps-app-gmaps-updated-with-improvements-in-tow/We’re big fans of Nokia’s HERE Drive and HERE Maps. They’re excellent apps. They provide tons of features not found in any other free GPS tracking system on Windows Phone 8 like speed, speed warnings, and voice navigation. But there are some people that still prefer Google’s solutions, even if they have to pay for them. Unfortunately, the search giant has refused to release any of its apps on Windows Phone.This is where gMaps comes in. It’s not affiliated with Google in any way, except for tying into Google Map’s APIs. The development team has done a wonderful job in pulling down Google’s mapping data including directions and speed information.Today, the app was updated to version 2.1 and includes some extra features and functionality. They fixed some issues with Street View, added some features to Drive Mode, and hooked into Google’s Latitude for you to broadcast your location to other users. These are some major features that people have been wanting from Google Maps on Windows Phone. We’re glad to see a developer take into consideration and deliver what consumers are asking for, even if it means providing access to a direct competitor’s data.
If only it supported offline navigation... it would have been best app for navigation...It seems that the unofficial Google Maps app for Windows Phone 8 is hugely popular, and it is always nice to see the user community take the necessary steps to ensure that they remain on top of things at all times. In fact, the unofficial Google Maps app has just received a new version update, where it has been bumped up to version 2.1 this time around. gMaps is definitely not new to the platform at all, hence it is encouraging to see additional updates being published by the developer.There will be two versions of gMaps available, where one of them is free, while the other is a pro version, with Windows Phone 8 support in tow now. One of the main attractions of this particular release would be the refresh that one can see in Street View, in addition to a host of improvements being implemented. Other major features that were affected in a positive manner include Latitude and Driver Mode, where you can enjoy a full 360-degree panoramic view of supported locations. Do bear in mind that the free version will be ad-supported, so if you cannot stand ads, then be prepared to fork out $2.49 for it instead.