Since I use Google Maps as my primary maps application, I am really looking forward to this.
> Google Maps is a very solid entry in mapping and navigation apps; those that have been waiting for it since upgrading (or holding off their upgrades) have probably already downloaded it. But given that it’s a free app, having it on your phone costs nothing but its slim 7MB download.
I have moved all of my navigation over to Google Maps. I used it extensively on my trip to Florida and never ran into any issues. The traffic and “estimated time” information seems to be the best I have ever used. Also, the voice navigation is leaps and bounds ahead of anything else I have heard. I am not wedded to using this app forever, but at the moment, it is far and away my preferred navigation app.
Currently hot in my [Fever](http://feedafever.com) instance – **Google Maps for iOS Released**
The day people who have upgrade to iOS 6 have been waiting for has finally arrived![^fn1]
Links related to this:
* [The Next Web](http://thenextweb.com/google/2012/12/13/review-google-maps-for-iphone-is-attractive-and-fluid/)
* [Marco Arment](http://www.marco.org/2012/12/13/google-maps-app)
* [The Verge](http://www.theverge.com/2012/12/12/3760770/google-maps-iphone-available-features-navigation-transit)
[^fn1]: Okay, that *might* be a littler hyperbolic.