There has been a lot of speculations whether Google will release its own Maps app for iOS, after Apple replaced the Maps app powered by Google’s mapping data with its own in-house developed Maps app.

Ben Guild – iOS developer who had figured out a way to run Google Maps to run in fullscreen mode with the older iOS 5 Maps logo, has just posted photos of Google’s native Maps app for iOS.

According to Ben Guild, Google’s native Maps app will offer the following features:

  • It’s vector-based.
  • It’s got two-finger rotation to any angle.
  • It’s super fast.
  • 4-inch height of the iPhone 5 is supported!

He has posted some blurry photos of the native Maps app running on the iPhone:

Guild says that the app is currently in alpha. It remains to be seen when Google will release the app in the App Store.

Are you excited about Google’s native Maps app or are you quite happy with Apple’s Maps app?

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