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mood posted a topic in Mobile NewsApple Maps is finally getting crowdsourced incident reporting Motorists using Apple Maps can report accidents, speed traps and other hazards, and they can even use Siri to do it. Historically, Apple has shied away from police-related alerts in its software, so Speed Check is an interesting development. Apple/Screenshot by CNET Apple Maps is finally committing to crowdsourced incident reporting from motorists. If you're a Waze devotee, or more recently, a Google Maps navigator, you're probably already used to being able to report and view incident reports
steven36 posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsDuckDuckGo, the popular search engine alternative to Google has announced today that its address and map searches on mobile and desktop are now powered by Apple’s MapKit JS framework. DuckDuckGo is one of the first companies to rely on MapKit for its data and touts the privacy that the move brings to its users. DuckDuckGo shared the news on its blog today: The company said it is excited to be working with Apple to “set a new standard of trust online, and we hope you’ll enjoy this update.” It is also seeking feedback from users to help
Apple rolls out new Maps app in the United States Today, Apple announced that it's rolling out a new version of its Maps app to everyone in the United States. The new Apple Maps offers "faster and more accurate navigation", in addition to more detailed views of roads, buildings, parks, airports, and more, promising to make for a more enjoyable experience. The new app also includes a host of old and new features beyond just giving you a map of the area you're in. Look Around lets users explore cities such as the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Las Ve