Google Maps Reborn And We Hit A Million Downloads On Our All-New CultCast



Ok, so we may not be rockstars (yet), but we just hit 1,000,000 downloads of The CultCast, our fun, quirky, totally off-base podcast covering everything in the wonderful world of Apple. That’s like earning a platinum record! Now we know what Led Zeppelin felt like… But we couldn’t have done it without our smart, good-looking, worldwide audience supporting us all the way. If you’ve ever listened to an episode of The CultCast, thank you, we love you, and we would like to hold your hand.

But enough self sycophancy! On our newest episode, we talk Google Maps reborn on iOS. We’ll tell you what we love, what we don’t, and if it scratches the itch we’ve all had since the demise of the last Google Maps.

Plus: why Twitter wants to be your next Instagram, and a new Flickr app rises from the ashes—but is it too little too late?

Join us on our newest CultCast! Subscribe now on iTunes, or easily stream new and previous episodes via Apple’s free Podcasts App.

  • neogeoweb

    The option to OpenStreetMap maps is very good alternative because it is growing steadily. OpenStreetMapos are using Neocartography to obtain updated maps and filled with content firsthand by local users. Google Maker is a copy and Apple calls to improve their maps among all other. Incidentally Nokia also makes the same appeal. Now OpenStreetMaps is free and everyone. A case is substantial use in the Third World, where no economic interests, especially the humanitarian group made ??its HOT. Here you have a link for most information –))