Google Maps for Mobile can send “anonym…

Google Maps for Mobile can send “anonymous” movement data back to Google allowing them to plot traffic jams, free roads, alternate routes etc. over Google Maps. Wonderful. But frustratingly it doesn’t work on the iPhone. More and more my iPhone feels like a mute in a crowded room. §

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2 thoughts on “Google Maps for Mobile can send “anonym…”

  1. You might want to consider a health warning related to this back channel of Google Maps for Mobile. When I used Google Latitude on the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76), the back and forth flow of roaming data cost me nearly one euro a minute. And while the red and purple lines on the Google Latitude display were accurate and helpful, using Nokia Maps to select an alternative route would have cost a lot less.

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