The sole official explanation lies on the XROAD site, that "G-Map U.S. East and West are being reviewed for improvement and will be back in the App Store soon." But as we know, the iPhone 3.0 OS revealed yesterday has baked in turn-by-turn for navigation apps, so the timing is notable. Wonder what the improvements are? Hopefully something to keep the coming flood of turn-by-turn apps at bay. [Kicking Tires]
iPhone's First Turn-by-Turn Navigation App XROAD G-Map Yanked from App Store
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