A fresh new build of Google Maps has hit the Android Market, version 5.3.1. The new version follows the incremental upgrade path, centered primarily on bug fixes. This time around the focus is on issues with Manage My Place, the auto-checkins feature, and Latitude history. According to the changelog, all features have been restored to full working condition.
If you haven’t received the Google Maps update notification, head on over to the Android Market and grab yourself a free update. As first reported by Android Central, version 5.3.1 looks to be a bit more stable than its predecessors and a bit faster. Over on the official Google Mobile Blog, more details of the update have been highlighted:
Today, we’re happy to announce Google Maps 5.3 for Android, which lets you see your Google Location History dashboard, check in at “home,” and add your own aspects for places when rating them.
To find out more about the update, head on over to Google’s Mobile Blog.
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