While there isn’t any official confirmation of this just yet, Steve Lee of Google has confirmed that the search engine giant is evaluating other platforms for its free navigation service. While the iPhone wasn’t specifically mentioned, it would make sense for Google to come up with an iPhone version, considering it’s one of the more popular devices in the market today, though there are other options in the form of Microsoft’s Windows Mobile or the upcoming Windows Phone 7. What do you think is that next platform that Google will offer its Google Maps Navigation service on?
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