The Google Maps Geolocation API provides developers with tools and documentation for incorporating geolocation with mobile and WiFi technologies. The Geolocation API specifically returns a location and accuracy radius based on the information of cell towers and WiFi nodes that can then be detected by the mobile client.
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This Google Maps SDK is an Android client library to access the Google Maps Web Services. The Google Maps API enables developers with the ability to add maps to mobile applications that utilize Google Maps servers, download data, display maps, and respond to map gestures. It also allows users to add markers, polygons, ground overlays, and more. Google is a technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products that includes online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware.