orb3000 · Mar 3, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Google Maps 5.2 for Android is Out

In case you haven´t noticed or if you have your application updates set to manual on your Android device, XDA member Omnichron told us about the latest update for Google Maps. Version 5.2.0 features check in at places with Google Latitude to let your friends know that you’re there, get automatically checked out when you leave and turn on automatic check-ins at places you choose or check-in notifications in Latitude’s settings. The well known application also includes free Navigation, voice-guided GPS navigation system, find places with Hotspot, rate, and get recommendations for places, and Latitude, which allows you to see friends on the map and check in at places.
Get it for free on the market.
Latest features:
– Post your reviews of places to Twitter.
– Check in at places with Google Latitude to earn status and share with friends.
– Ping Latitude friends to ask them to check in. Friends will get a check-in request notification from you.
– Search for a place to check in from Latitude if it’s not in the suggested list of places

Originally posted by Omnichron
Google Maps 5.1 is out

don’t know where to post this. It is the latest from Google.
Get Google Maps with Navigation (Beta), Places with Hotpot, and Latitude

*Navigation: Free, voice-guided GPS navigation system
*Places with Hotpot: Find, rate, and get recommendations for places
*Latitude: See friends on the map and check in at places

Keywords: Google Maps, Navigation, Places, Hotpot, Latitude, directions

Recent changes:
* Check in at places with Google Latitude to let friends know you’re there.
* Get automatically checked out when you leave.
* Turn on automatic check-ins at places you choose or check-in notifications in Latitude’s settings.

Latest version: 5.1.0 (for all Android versions)

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