Google's(s GOOG) new native iPad Maps app arrived earlier this week. But there's a very useful new feature that hasn't gotten much coverage: the ability to download maps to use offline. This is new to Google's iOS(s AAPL) app, but has been a feature of its Android maps app already.
The Digital Inspiration blog has a really handy demonstration video showing how simple it is to download small areas of a Google map that you need to use when you're not on an internet connection.
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