MapQuest continues to bolster their brand with a refreshed and reinvigorated product offering. The latest update to the mobile experience is an integrated social sharing feature for places.
After spending hours combing through endless sessions and parties, here are some of the can’t-miss happenings at SXSW 2013, in order of appearance. If you have an addition, please note it in the comments!
Walkability: it’s an elusive measurement of a given area’s walkable quotient, or how easy it is to get around by foot. Residents are generally happy to be able to walk more, Millenials are flocking to walkable urban areas more than ever, and organizations are popping up supporting Smart Growth in urban areas.
From Instant Street View to writing a message across an image, we’ve found some creative uses of Google Street View, the famous mapping function that gives 360-degree street-level imagery of locations worldwide.
No matter what map service or platform weâ€™re talking about, I think now, more than ever, one thing is clearâ€”digital maps and mapping technologies are more important than theyâ€™ve ever been.
Go Pro Travelling has announced their new take on maps, an interactive mapping application that allows users to plot out trips and collaborate with friends, family and colleagues to build trips in a visually engaging way.
The War of the Maps (Worlds? Ha!) between Apple and Google is that the struggle is not about immediate revenue, it is about ownership of geo-behavioral data and overall strategic positioning
Travellers griping because Apple removed Google Maps from iOS 6, take heart: Google plans to make a standalone map app available by the end of 2012.