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Google Maps for Android now serves up your location search history

Following an absence from the recently released iOS 6, Google and its crafty Maps team just updated their ideal app—Google Maps for Android—this evening to now serve up location search history right to your Android device. The app, thanks to the update, now looks to the searches you have made across all platforms, including desktop, and will serve up location suggestions as you type. Google said the new feature would work if your web history is enabled. If you are jealous of the Android love from Google, check out our list of Apple Maps alternatives for iOS 6.

[Maps via Lat Long Blog]

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