Google is rolling out its latest version of Google Maps app on iOS today, bringing the latest and greatest features and tools for engineers, researchers, designers, and engineers looking to optimize for Glasshouse, the world’s first open source map-driven software.
The newest version of the app comes with a host of improvements that allow users to better organize their maps, make faster and more accurate navigation, and make it easier to access relevant information in the app.
Google has also made a few minor tweaks to the app’s navigation.
While this version of Glasshouse is mostly the same as the one Google rolled out earlier this year, there are some major changes that Google is adding in order to make Glasshouse work well with Glasshouse 2.
Google says that the update is designed to make navigating Glasshouse easier and faster, and it will bring several new features to the map, including a new map filter, which lets you filter your map by specific regions of interest, a new “previous location” filter, and a “previously visited location” feature.
Google Glass, the company’s high-end mapping software, is now available to developers, and users can try it out on their own devices for free starting today.
This version of Maps should work with the new version of iOS as well, but we’ll have to wait and see if Google makes a final push for Glasshouses second iteration to be made available to everyone in the next few weeks.