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Just in time for Android, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) said today it has upgraded its Google maps mobile application to include “street view,” walkin…

imageJust in time for Android, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) said today it has upgraded its Google maps mobile application to include “street view,” walking directions and business reviews. Now people can search for a business nearby, and see a street view, which gives you an idea of how things look when walking down the street. The newest features will be available for BlackBerry devices and most Java devices, and in markets where Street View, walking directions, and reviews are currently available on the desktop. To check it out go to google.com/gmm. In addition, Google also launched improved location estimates. On Google Maps, a blue circle would show your rough location based on the nearest cell towers. They say they’ve been able to pinpoint the location more accurately. Both announcements were made on Google’s mobile blog.

  1. I updated my app but I still can't see any Street View.
    Google's video showed the new ver 2.3.1 but google.com/gmm/ will only offer me 2.2.0.11 – yet another way they're dropping the ball on the N95?

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  2. This is great application. Google focuses on providing value to its users through its services and this is another step towards the same.

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