Google announced today that it will start selling a new GPS app on iPhone 5S devices.
This app, called the Google GPS Tracker, will let you use your phone’s GPS to track your location, and will come preloaded with the company’s geolocation services.
The app is available for $1.99 from Apple’s App Store, and it requires iOS 8.0.0 or later.
The new Google GPS tracker has been in the works for some time, but it was only officially announced today.
Earlier this year, Google said it would begin offering it for free in September, but this is the first time it has been officially launched.
Google says the Google Tracker will be “the world’s first comprehensive, comprehensive geolocating GPS tracking app” that will allow users to get a good sense of where they are.
The app will also have features that will make it easier for users to track their own whereabouts, such as GPS lock and compass directions.
Google has also announced that it plans to offer a standalone version of the Google Map app on iPhones.
The company is reportedly working on making this available later this year.
If you’re looking to download and install the app on an iPhone 5, Apple’s iOS 8 is the best choice, though.
If you don’t have a GPS chip, you can download Google Maps from the Google Play Store.