Google is making a cell phone map app available for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The Google Maps app, which will be available in beta in the US and UK, lets you create cell phone-friendly maps using the iPhone’s camera and a 3D printer.
You can then share your cell phone location with your friends, and download them to your iPhone and upload them to the app to be used as a map.
It’s similar to Apple’s iOS 9.3 Maps app.
You also can share your own cell phone’s location with the app.
The maps feature is available in the Google Maps beta app, and Google is testing the feature in beta for the UK and the US.
The UK version is due to be released later this month.
The US version will be released sometime in March, and the UK version will launch in May.
In the US, you can share cell phone data, and upload and download the map data to the Google map app, or use the Google Drive app to share your map data.
In addition to the cell phone version, the app lets you share your location with other cell phone users.