Waze works as your standard navigation app, with a social twist: You pop in your destination and Waze takes you there.
Users can save Favorites such as their home or work to jump-start navigation, and even share where you’re going and estimated arrival time with friends.
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While the official download web page for the USA Today app still shows its old screenshot, the new app is available and includes features such as the ability to save articles for reading at a later time.
User can also sync article they have read so they can be quickly accessed on other Windows 10 devices.
The blue circle of the logo has been turned into a dotted ring with a hat being tossed into it to signify Marco Rubio's announcement that he is running for President of the United States.
The development of USA Today commenced on February 29, 1980, when company staff employed for a task force known as "Project NN" met with Gannett Company chairman Al Neuharth in Cocoa Beach, Florida to develop a national newspaper.
Early, regional prototypes included East Bay Today, an Oakland, California-based publication first published in the late 1970s to serve as the morning edition of the Oakland Tribune, an afternoon newspaper which Gannett owned at the time.
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