Actually, the ads are claimed to be non-intrusive – only appearing during loading screens. The tool itself allows you to look up maps, find directions/fastest routes and do local searches when you are out and about, as well giving you access to local retailer details, satellite photos and traffic/weather updates.
And as it is ad-funded, it costs you nothing, which sounds like value to me.
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