Google made a lot of iPhone users happy with the release of its Google Maps app, which is now available in the App Store, free of charge. While Apple takes steps to correct its trouble-laden but handy Maps app, Google has made the features its users have come to expect available on the iPhone. A cheer could practically be heard across the Internet as the app rocketed to the #1 spot on iTunes' free apps chart.
Among the features found in Google Maps that Apple's own company-developed mapping solution replacing it lacks is a crucial one near-and-dear to city dwellers: transit directions. Instead, Apple is relying on developers to plug in that gaping hole lacking dynamic directions based around train, bus, and subway schedules. Could this be a front in the iOS 6 beta for bigger third-party app integration plans?
Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies is a First Person Shooter game that pits you, a rookie soldier, against hordes of Nazi zombies in a war torn German bunker in World War II. That's right, you're fighting dead Nazis, turned into zombies. If you've played the zombie bonus mode on Call of Duty: World at War on a console game system, you'll know what to expect here: plenty of scary, creepy zombies, with WWII era rifles, shotguns, grenades, and flamethrowers.