• Adam Miah

    Awesome

  • http://twitter.com/SourabhSekhar12 Sourabh Sekhar

    Google service coming online and then suddenly going back to the dead?
    hmmm....reminds me of google keep

  • Greg Sanders

    I'm surprised AP hasn't been pushing for a navigation update more often.

    It has the most OCD UI of any current Google product. Every time I look at the screen, I have to hunt for the "next turn" mileage because it moves around freely.

    • Steve Williamson

      I be we will see it updated this week

    • squiddy20

      I haven't used it in a few months, but from what I remember it was in 1 location when you're >~2 miles out, and switched to the opposite corner when you're closer. It's not like it ever moves to the bottom or center of the screen...

  • Walkop

    Why. Do. I. Have. To. Work?

    • Adam Miah

      Like the rest of us, earn a living and survive this cruel world.

    • http://them3blog.wordpress.com/ Abel

      Lucky I have access to live blogs on my tab :D

  • nick bowman

    So happy that this was finally released. After the tip I sent you guys last week the lack of mention caused me to wonder if it was some sort of elaborate hoax.

  • Chris

    With the navigation you need to understand that the navigation part is designed while you are driving. Granted it could use an update, but the way it looks, (like a typical GPS unit) is the way to go.

  • Matthew Fry

    "One of our writers tried to document every interface screen in the app last week and gave up after thirty screens, with about a half-dozen conflicting UI standards." Ron? Just curious. He's my favorite Android stickler. They should hire Ron as a consultant.

  • tenax it

    I haven't used it in a few months, but from what I remember it was in 1 location when you're >~2 miles out, and tenax it to the opposite corner when you're closer. It's not like it ever moves to the bottom or center of the screen...

  • Merri Mogridge

    Got the email for this last night. (After signing up for the beta the day after I/O) It looks pretty damn nice!

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