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Google Maps Will Bring A Feature To Automatically Delete Location History

Fossbytes Thursday, 14 February 2019
Google Maps Will Bring A Feature To Automatically Delete Location HistoryBack at CES 2019, Google introduced a couple of features for its Maps app, and it appears we are most likely to see new ones pretty soon, as part of its upcoming update, in version 10.10. According to APK files acquired by 9To5Google, Google Maps is likely to start deleting the location automatically for users. […]

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