If you’re unhappy with the underlying information of a business or destination listed in Google Maps for Android, you can now tell Google they’ve got the address wrong – hopefully for future consideration and eventual corrections. It’s the power of the crowd-sourced location data gathering that has gotten Google and Apple in trouble with lawmakers. Another nice-to-have: The app now saves every search query to the cloud so you can access it from another device. The two new features comes in the latest Google Maps for Android version 5.4.0 update.

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