Google Maps 5 video in all its 3D Android glory
Android smart phone users will now be able to browse maps in 3-D, even when their Internet connection is on the fritz.
Google announced the launch of Google Maps 5.0 for Android today. The new-generation app uses vector graphics to allow users to interact with 3-D images rather than the old, flat, north-up maps.
The new Maps will also automatically cache frequently visited locations so that users can pull up detailed street maps without an active Internet connection.
Check out 3D viewing, twisted-zooming and compass action to the beat of a cool tune.
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