The Google Maps Android API allows developers to add maps to their applications based on Google Maps data. The API automatically takes care of accessing the Google Maps servers, downloading data, displaying maps, and responding to map gestures. The API allows users to add markers, polylines, polygons, ground overlays, and tile overlays to maps.
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17-11-15 00:23:23[Mashup] Cartogram Inc updated with Related API Google Maps Android
14-09-15 13:21:29[On The Web] How Kocomojo Remixes Beacons and Google Maps To Drive Customer Loyalty updated with Related API Google Maps Android
27-07-15 15:03:59[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Amazon Machine Learning, Google Maps Android updated with Related API Google Maps Android