Apple Maps has come a long way since its embarrassingly broken launch in 2012, but the iPhone maker is working to bring its navigation app on par with Google’s popular solution.
It appears that in addition to new updates, transit information, and roving mystery vans, Apple may be looking to the public to improve Maps, according to iGeneration.
The program, titled TryRating, will reportedly pay freelancers a fee of 54 cents each time they verify (or improve) points of interest or other searches made with Apple Maps. They can field up to 600 queries a day.
Details on how to sign up to be a verifier are somewhat scare, however there’s apparently a website where pr…
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