Google Maps for mobiles version 3.2 is now compatible with RIM’s BlackBerry smartphones, offering users most of the features already available for Symbian S60 and Windows Mobile.
One of the nicest new features available now for BlackBerry is Layers. With Layers, users can quickly view various types of info directly on their maps. There are different types of layers: the Wikipedia layer, the Google Latitude layer and so on.
To download the latest version of Google Maps on your phone, visit m.google.com/maps.
A video preview of Google Maps with Layers for BlackBerry can be watched below:
Via the Official Google Mobile Blog
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