Google’s mobile mapping apps, which include Maps, Maps for Android and Maps for iOS, are now available to iOS and Android users.
The Maps app now allows users to add points of interest, access the map, and even make appointments with a contact.
This has long been a feature of the Android mapping platform, but the new version adds it to Google’s network of servers that store its data.
Users can also share locations with other users in Maps for mobile, and there are a number of additional features, including the ability to make phone calls, send SMS messages, and make a call via GPS, according to the Google Developers site.
While this is a huge move, Google also announced a new service called Google Drive, which lets users share files, calendars, and more.
For the uninitiated, Google Drive is a Google cloud storage service.
It’s also part of Google’s new “OneDrive for Business” plan.
In addition to Google Drive for Business, the new Google Maps app is now available for free on iOS and on Android, and the Google Maps for iPad app is also now free.
The new Maps app and Google Drive are part of a new initiative called “One-to-One” that Google announced earlier this year.
According to the company, Google is creating a one-to “one-to one” mapping solution to give users the ability “to create a global mapping experience.”
This means that Maps for smartphones can now be used in the same way that Google Maps on Android and iOS Maps can be used.
Users can share points of interests, access data from Google’s servers, and get directions to the location of the person using the Maps app.
If you’re a Google+ user, you can also get access to the new Maps and GoogleDrive apps by signing in with your Google account.
It will be interesting to see how Google Maps is used in more places in the coming months.
Google’s plans for the future of mapping have been very detailed.
Earlier this year, the company said that it plans to add more features to its mapping platform and that it is now planning to launch a new mapping service that will allow users to use Maps and the maps that it provides on other services like Google+ for all their needs.
On the mobile front, Google said that the company is adding support for Android devices that support the Android BONUS feature.