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On 6th of July 2011 Google launched Google Maps 5.7 for Androids and inserted Transit Navigation (Beta) from Bangkok to Baltimore and also added enhanced approach to directions, improved search results and photo viewer which will help the user during visit to unknown place within the city or across the world.

Transit Navigation (Beta)

Presently Google Maps Navigation (Beta) presents above 12 billion miles of GPS guided for driving and on foot directions in a year. With Transit Navigation, GPS is on hand for every turn and stop for local transit direction in above 400 cities all over the world. Transit Navigation employs GPS to find out the present spot beside the ways and aware the user when time to shift reaches. This is really useful when someone arrives at a city where he/she can’t spoke the local language and can’t read the sign boards and guiding maps.

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