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Apple Inc agreed to buy online transit-navigation service HopStop.com Inc, people with knowledge of the deal said, seeking to improve mapping tools after a rocky debut for its directions software last year.
The people asked not to be identified because the deal isn't public. AllThingsD reported on Friday that Cupertino, California-based Apple is purchasing Locationary Inc, a Toronto-based company focused on business-location maps. New mapping software Apple debuted in September with the iPhone 5 has been faulted for getting users lost and for its lack of public transportation directions. HopStop shows users in more than 500 cities the fastest way to travel by foot, bike, subway and car; Locationary deploys real-time data from a variety of sources to help users find featured businesses.