Google rolls out updated Maps API for Android apps
- USA: Tuesday, December 04 - 2012 at 05:48
Google has announced the launch of an update to the Google Maps Android API, introducing new features for developers who want to integrate Google's framework into their own applications. Google Maps Android API version 2 features flexible user interface designs for larger Android devices like tablets and a new layer called indoor maps, which will help users navigate major airports and shopping centres. Developers can now create markers and pop-up info boxes without needing to use as much code as before, and the API will work on devices running Android 2.3 Froyo or later.
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