Google-Maps-ImageAccording to Android Pollice, Google has expanded navigation for Google Maps to 10 additional countries.  For the most part, these countries include ones in Africa, the Caribbean islands and South America.  With the addition of of these 20 countries, this brings the number of countries shown in Google Maps up to an impressive 104.

Google Maps is sitting pretty as the fifth most popular mobile app in the US according to comScore.  Of course, this doesn’t mean that Google Maps is king, as some markets state that Google Maps competitor, Apple Maps, have taken traffic and share from Google among iPhone users.

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Original Source by Greg Sterling