Thursday, February 01, 2007

Google Maps for Mobile now available for Windows Mobile devices


Google has made a version of Google Maps for Mobile for Windows Mobile devices available today. Windows Mobile users can now download Google Maps to their devices by heading over to from their phone or PC and downloading the free app. Users running at least Windows Mobile 2005 will also be able to take advantage of GPS integration. Google Maps GPS integration was previously announced by Helio on the Samsung Drift device.

Google Maps for Mobile is the mobile counterpart to Google Maps that allows you to view maps and satellite imagery, find local businesses, get traffic updates (for some US cities) from your mobile device.

Update: Here is the official post from the Google Blog about this release:
Real-world testing

Google Mobile links:

Install Google Maps on your mobile device
Try out an online demo of Google Maps for Mobile
More Google Mobile services: Search, Gmail, News, SMS
Google Maps Mania: Google Maps for Mobile Timeline
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