MapQuest's My MapQuest: Personalized Mapping

AOL’s MapQuest launched a new personalized mapping service called “My MapQuest,” which lets MapQuest.com users save maps then access them anytime from any browser or mobile device. My MapQuest pages can be created through an AOL account or an OpenID account. You can set language and mileage preferences as well as store mobile numbers and addresses. The […]

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AOL’s MapQuest launched a new personalized mapping service called “My MapQuest,” which lets MapQuest.com users save maps then access them anytime from any browser or mobile device. My MapQuest pages can be created through an AOL account or an OpenID account. You can set language and mileage preferences as well as store mobile numbers and addresses.

The feature will be rolled out to MQ4M (MapQuest for Mobile) for Blackberry soon. Initial Blackberry models will include AT&T BlackBerry Bold, Verizon BlackBerry 8830 and 8330, and T-Mobile BlackBerry 8300, 8800 and 8820.

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