Virtually anyone who’s been to a Japanese city knows that subways and trains might be closely associated with their country, but also that they only form a part of the mass transit picture. With that in mind, Google has quietly rolled out an update to Google Maps data for Android and the web that supports bus navigation in Japan, including schedules. It’s a simple addition, but an important one for those who can’t always get to where they’re going on rails — like teddy bears, according to Google’s video. We just want to know who makes that kawaii case for the Galaxy Nexus.
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