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Google Street View now takes you underwater. Here are 2 hilarious comments we found on Youtube:

"iOS6 maps can get you into the middle of the ocean too, but only because it thought there was a Starbucks there".

"There are iOS6 Maps users down there looking for their houses".

Take that Apple Maps!

#googlemaps   #applemaps   #googlestreetview  

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I call shenanigans on this article.  Given that Google is now competing with Apple on every hardware and  software front,  computers, app stores, smartphones, and media, they really don't have an incentive to develop for IOS 6.  In fact they've got more than enough reason to NEVER code for iOS again.  For them, the smart strategy is to make Apple users choke on Apple Maps in hopes that they'll abandon the platform for Android.

  2. I call shenanigans on this article.  Given that Google is now competing with Apple on every hardware and  software front,  computers, app stores, smartphones, and media, they really don't have an incentive to develop for IOS 6.  In fact they've got more than enough reason to NEVER code for iOS again.  For them, the smart strategy is to make Apple users choke on Apple Maps in hopes that they'll abandon the platform for Android.

  3. Um if anything the article is about Google Maps in the ocean, not about (the lack of) Google Maps on iOS 6. Besides, there is already a YouTube app for iOS 6, so how does that fit into your shenanigans theory?

  4. Um if anything the article is about Google Maps in the ocean, not about (the lack of) Google Maps on iOS 6. Besides, there is already a YouTube app for iOS 6, so how does that fit into your shenanigans theory?

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