If your iPhone has ever navigated you along a toll road without you being aware it was doing so, then you know how frustrating that can be. In this article, we’ll talk about an awesome new iOS 10 feature that’ll help you avoid that!
The built-in Maps program on the Mac will let you print out gorgeous maps and turn-by-turn directions, and it’s easy! We’ll tell you all about printing itineraries from Maps (and how to mail a PDF of the instructions instead, if you want).
Windows 10 includes a full-featured maps app that is constantly updated with fresh information from the Internet. But if you’re planning to travel to a location with slow or no online access, you can download certain maps ahead of time for offline use. Here’s how to download and manage your offline maps in Windows 10.
Apple Pay can be incredibly convenient for iOS users, but while the number of stores which support the feature is growing every day, Apple Pay still can’t be used everywhere. Instead of taking a risk and heading out the door without your wallet, check to see if a store supports Apple Pay before you visit by looking up the store with Maps. Here’s how it works.
Google held its annual I/O Conference today in San Francisco. The company made a number of major announcements related to its services, products, and Android. Here’s an overview of the latest news from Mountain View. Android Activations Google started the day with some positive news for Android. The free and open mobile OS has been activated on 900 million devices to date, and Android users have installed more than 48 billion apps. In comparison, Apple has sold over 500 million…