Originally Posted by pmgreen
Silly question, but what's the difference between the 3 GPS options?
From what I understand, GPS is standard GPS using a satellite for location. Google uses your data connection to find your location, like the location of the router in regards to the web, but it may show you at the location of the ISP when using WiFi. Verizon uses it's towers to triangulate location. GPS would be the most accurate, while Google should use the least battery, but at the same time sacrificing accuracy. The only thing I'm not sure on is if GPS uses more juice than Verizon's location triangulation, especially if you're on LTE.