I’ve been using Google for years. I thought that Google’s Map feature was pretty accurate and pretty good. Well, Bing seems to maybe be a bit more accurate. For example, if you search for the Whataburger I used to work for, “Whataburger, Waxahachie, TX,” the first result for both engines is the one I used to work at (used to Google would point to one in Red Oak for some reason, but they’ve fixed that).

However, if you take a look at the “Bird’s Eye View” in Bing, you’ll notice it’s at the intersection before the Whataburger. With Google, it places the location marker at the intersection where a gas station is. I’m sure the directions for both sites will get me there as well, it’s hard to miss a giant orange and white building. Though for searches for buildings that don’t stand out as much it could be a bad omen for Google.

I hadn’t really paid much attention to Bing as I’m using Google Chrome as my browser. However, I may start using Bing more often if it’s this much more accurate on maps than Google.