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App Maker: Google
Reason: Would cause confusion with another Google iPhone app, Maps
Google Latitude gives users a GPS-enabled map to see where their friends are located. Latitude will not be available as a native application, however, despite the logic of having a continuously updating app for location tracking. The reason? Google says Apple asked them to pull the native app because it would cause confusion with Google Maps.