Posts tagged Google Maps Navigation
Apple recently posted a job listing for an iPhone software engineer to work on iPhone’s default Maps app. The required candidate will work with the iPhone and iPod Touch Maps team and will play a central role in taking the Maps app to the next level. This is interesting, when you consider the recent series of ongoing events between Apple and Google, and raises a pretty important question which is: Is Apple planning to gain independence from Google Maps?
Almost a month back, Google released Google Maps Navigation. However the downside to it was that, it only targeted Android 2.0 powered devices which certainly includes Droid. Good news for Android 1.6 users, as Google has released the Google Maps Navigation for Android 1.6 platform, and that too just in time for the holiday season. Now Google Maps Navigation can run on the likes of T-Mobile myTouch 3G and G1 and other supported devices.
It has been a while since Google announced the cool Google Maps navigation feature. Google launched Google Maps Navigation to run on Android 2.0. But that is no longer the case. Listed below are the pre-requisites alongwith the essential steps to bring Google Maps Navigation to your T-Mobile G1 device.
Google has just announced Google Maps Navigation app for Android 2.0 devices. Google regards this as the next step for Google Maps for mobile. Google Maps Navigation is currently in Beta status. The just released app brings features such as 3D view, turn by turn voice guidance (wow! really cool) and automatic rerouting. Now that’s my idea of making the best use of technology. Below, we have listed the feature that this app brings and also a cool video that shows the app in action.