Google has released version 5.4 of Maps for Android that includes three new features, storage of Map searches in the Google Web History associated with your account, inclusion of more details in the Places page of businesses, and the ability to report “destination not here” in Navigation. Google is using user’s reports to improve Maps and Navigation.
If you are not familiar with it, Web History is a collection of every search you conduct using Google. Presumably, Google uses this collection of data to improve search, and it provides a way for you to track down something that you may have searched for in the past. Search information is only stored while you are logged on to Google, but keep in mind that Android phones are always logged in to your Google account.
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