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Windows 7: google maps ipod / pc discrepency.

16 Aug 2011   #1
robcardiv

Well its not POS Vista lol : )
 
 
google maps ipod / pc discrepency.

I looked up my house on Google maps on my IPOD. it showed a much more updated photo of my area. the overhead satalite view I assume.

I went to the address on my PC and it shows the old picture. I guess maybe its from a cashe thats stored somewhere? clearing that would reload the new map?

could it be anything else?
there is no "Check for new photos" option built into google maps for this reason?

Anyone know whats up ?
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