Google famously pulled its services out of the Chinese market in 2010 rather than comply with the government’s censorship requirements, but it’s dipping a toe back in today. Google has re-launched Google Maps for China, but not via the same app we have in the rest of the world. Most people will access it via a web page, but iPhones get an app. Hey, it’s a start.
A new China-specific version of Maps is accessible via the web for all devices. There is also an app for Apple devices distributed via the App Store. There is no Play Store in China, but Google couldtechnically make the app available for download directly. That’s what it did with the Google Translate app in March 2017.