Friday, July 23, 2010

Google Maps 4.0 provides the voice search on BlackBerry

The latest update of the mapping service gives research RIM smartphone voice message includes the location of Buzz and search suggestions based on browsing history.

Google Maps 4.0 for BlackBerry is now available for download. Its main innovation is the search for votes. The service currently operates only in English (several accents recognized) and Mandarin Chinese.

Once Google Maps launched, simply press the call button on his Blackberry and then state the name of a place or an address to launch a map search.

Another novelty is the integration of Google Buzz. With geolocation, service members can see their networking contacts on a card and indicate their own position.

As Maps for Android, the BlackBerry version also offers search suggestions based on your history. This requires allowing this function in the settings of their Google Account.

1 comment:

  1. Get Google Maps on your mobile phone for free, and never carry a paper map again. Use your mobile phone to search for local businesses, and then get driving

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