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  2. Apple Maps - Wikipedia

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    Google Maps was the default mapping app in iOS from the first generation iPhone in 2007. [citation needed] In late 2009, tensions between Google and Apple started when the Android version of Google Maps featured turn-by-turn navigation, a feature which the iOS version lacked. At the time, Apple argued that Google collected too much user data.

  3. Bing Maps - Wikipedia

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    Bing Map Apps is a collection of 1st and 3rd party applications that add additional functionality and content to Bing Maps. Examples of map apps include a parking finder, a taxi fare calculator, an app that maps out Facebook friends, and an app which lets users explore the day's newspaper front pages from around the world.

  4. Portage Glacier Highway - Wikipedia

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    Portage Glacier Highway Whittier Access Road Portage Glacier Highway highlighted in red Route information Maintained by Alaska DOT&PF Length 11.59 mi (18.65 km) Existed June 7, 2000 –present Major junctions West end AK-1 (Seward Highway) in Portage East end Alaska Marine Highway ferry terminal in Whittier Location Country United States State Alaska Boroughs Municipality of Anchorage ...

  5. OsmAnd - Wikipedia

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    OsmAnd (/ ˈ oʊ s ə m æ n d /; OpenStreetMap Automated Navigation Directions) is a map and navigation app for Android and iOS. It uses the OpenStreetMap (OSM) map database for its primary displays, but is an independent app not endorsed by the OpenStreetMap Foundation.