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Problem with hundreds of google map markers crashing Safari on iOS7

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Hello,

I have a map where I show about 500 markers on a Google map. While this page works fine on any computer, it crashes on all iOS7 devices.

Do you have any suggestions on where to look to fix that? The way I am using the markers is by putting them all in a javascript array and then pushing them on to the map.

Thanks a lot!
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Hi leakim971,

The problem is that I don't want to cluster the markers. I need to display all of them.

For example check this page: http://www.hipmunk.com/hotels/London-United-Kingdom#!dates=Mar21,Mar23

Thanks:)
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