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Topic # 109433 19-Sep-2012 17:20 Send private message

So far YouTube for the iPhone and I assume iPod touch is out now, the iPad version is not as yet.

Looking at the site below is gives the idea Google will port Google Maps over at some point also, given the feedback I've seen about Apple's attempt I will be looking forward to this

http://www.google.com/mobile/ipad/

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  Reply # 688346 19-Sep-2012 17:53 Send private message

The YouTube and Maps apps are just the ones that have existed on the iPhone for years.

There is still no clarity from Google about in what form Google Maps will be available in iOS 6. Apple may not allow them to launch a Google Maps app for the platform, so it may be GMaps via Safari, or Apple's map application.




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  Reply # 688369 19-Sep-2012 18:38 Send private message

Also, bear in mind that the Maps app on the iPhone is actually made by Apple. The data just comes from Google.

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