The latest version of Google Maps (4.7.0) for iOS, among other things, gives users the ability to send locations from the PC to their i-devices. While you can already save places on the desktop and retrieve them on the iPhone, this is another nice cross-device integration for Google Maps.
After installing the new version of the app, you’ll be prompted to turn on notifications (if not already on for Google Maps). Then from the browser version of Maps you’ll see a prompt: “send to device.” (I tried it on Safari, Firefox and Chrome.) You’ll get an immediate notification that, when tapped, takes you to the destination within Google Maps.
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