The latest Google Maps update for Android (5.4.0, if you're counting) brings along a few new updates, but the ability to tell Google if a listed business or destination isn't there when using the Navigation service is the kicker. Google also cleverly saves search queries made on a phone, for accessing from another device later on. I just don't know how they do their magic! [Android Market via AndroidCentral]
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