You probably heard how Apple records and tracks your location through the iPhone, the same is the case with Google tracking your location with Android phone and devices. But ofcourse, Google does that with permission.
Google asks for permission on tracking your location anonymously in the beginning when setting up your your new Android phone or after a full reset. Android records your location and sends it back to Google; caches the position on your Android device.
Google Maps 5.0 was released last month for all the Android devices and one the major new feature added was the 3D vector graphics.
This new Google Maps 5.0 was demonstrated on a tablet for the first time by Andy Rubin on the Motorola prototype running Honeycomb at D: Dive Into Mobile – but no other tablets enjoyed Google Maps 5.0 on a big screen.
Google Maps 5.0 has just been released to the Android Market and is now available for download – and yes, that includes all the 3D maps sweetness!
The new Google Maps 5.0 was demonstrated by Andy Rubin at an interview at D: Dive Into Mobile.
Google Maps for Android has bee updated today with some cool new features which are not found on any other device running Google Maps.
The new version on Android 1.6+ devices, Google Maps 4.1, brings in updated search results page where you can swipe for the next result, Maps live wallpaper and a lot more.
Google Maps Navigation was announced and unveiled back in October which is Google’s very own navigation app for Android devices. It is currently available for the USA only, but a slight hack can enable it for countries other than USA too.
This trick will get you a modified version of Google Maps Navigation which will work in all countries, but it will be with some reduced functionality.
The only thing that lacked in Google was a proper navigation app, otherwise it had everythingÂ needed for a perfect navigation app.
Google Maps Navigation (Beta) has just been announced today for Android 2.0 devices.
Are you fond of visiting places and have passion of capturing moments in photographs? If yes, then this site is just for you!
Panoramio service by Google allows you to organize your photos by tagging them. Its most powerful feature is geo-tagging or location marking. When you upload your photo after entering the title and selecting the respective tags you can additionally specify location of the photo taken on Google Maps.