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defender series modular case for apple iphone x and xs - blue/green

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To test out the apps, we focused on four aspects of local search results: info windows, generic search terms, accuracy of landmarks, and level of map detail, What becomes clear very quickly is that Apple has a long way to go to match Google's offering, and in some cases, the difference is downright shocking, Info windowsOne of the first things we tested was the usefulness of each app's pop-up info window, which gives an assortment of information about a particular business or landmark, Apple's info window is powered by Yelp, while Google's aggregates its data from several sources, including Google Places and the defender series modular case for apple iphone x and xs - blue/green Google-owned review database Zagat..

Using an iPad running Apple's Maps app, we pulled up the listing for the Anchor and Hope restaurant here in San Francisco, and as expected we got all of the restaurant's vitals, reviews, and user-uploaded photos, all courtesy of Yelp's database. Other convenient Yelp features were available as well, like Check-ins, Quick tips, and the capability to add photos. And of course, from the info window, we could easily jump to more information on Yelp itself, provided we had the Yelp app installed. Meanwhile, Google's info window displayed much of that same vital info and a whole lot more. Since Google aggregates data from multiple sources, it had a distinct advantage here. It even linked out to reviews on Google, Yahoo, Urbanspoon, and Allmenus. Plus, we were able to easily jump to Street View and even an indoor panoramic view of the restaurant. Granted, the panoramic view isn't available for all listings, but the reality is that no such feature is available at all on Apple's Maps app.

Generic search termsOne common use for a maps app is to search for generic items like "pizza" or "coffee." It's easy to imagine craving one of these items but not knowing where to get it, so we tried to play out a typical scenario, When we searched for "coffee" on the iPad, the red pins dropped, plotting defender series modular case for apple iphone x and xs - blue/green out a number of local coffee shops, just as we had expected, However, we were surprised to notice that a number of shops that we knew of were called out on the map with tiny coffee cup icons, but they weren't included among the red-pinned search results, In fact, the red-pinned search results accounted for only a small fraction of the coffee shops in the area..

On the other hand, searching for "coffee" on Google Maps yielded at least twice as many results, all of which were clearly marked by red dots. Also, those results with Zagat ratings were marked by larger red pins. Clearly, the user experience here is superior. Accuracy of landmarksNext, we tested the accuracy of each app as we searched for landmarks around the city. Apple was up first, and we tried to give it an easy one -- San Francisco's most visited block, Union Square. While neither of us expected Apple's Maps to slip up on such an easy landmark, the Yelp-powered Apple Maps failed, as it returned the address of a locksmith (that probably described itself as close to Union Square) located more than a couple of blocks away from our target. Needless to say, this was not the address we were looking for.