For those of you who rely on Google Maps on your Android-powered smartphone as your primary means of finding your way around, here is some good news – Google has recently released Google Maps for Android 6.3 to the masses, where it will deliver a bunch of bug fixes as well as an improved battery life, which will be most noticeable if you happen to be one of the few who rely on the Latitude and location history often. After all, to get a grip on where the other 1,000 friends of yours are across town, it would definitely require a whole lot of processing power – and that eats into your phone’s battery life. For those who have already updated their Google Maps for Android to version 6.3, how do you find it so far? Has it performed up to your expectations, and are there any other bugs or discrepancies that you have discovered on your own along the way?
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