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UPDATE: Google releases Google Maps Mobile with Search by Voice for Windows Mobile
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 22.04.10 - 20:30:40 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9668x
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With yesterday's Google launch of Google Maps Navigator for the UK and Ireland (requires an update of Google Maps Mobile which is available from Android Market), Google also release Google Maps Mobile 4.1 for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 which adds Search by voice. Already introduced for BlackBerry and Android, Search by voice lets you easily search for anything by simply speaking your search terms instead of typing them. Just open Google Maps, press your phone's "call" button, and clearly speak your search term. Search by voice works with all the kinds of searches Google Maps for mobile already supports, including places, addresses, specific businesses and types of businesses.

Furthermore, Google Maps Mobile 4.1 features a few other additions, including a redesigned settings page with Search by voice language choices. Choose your preferred language from the supported options, including multiple English accents and Mandarin Chinese.

To get started, install the latest version of Google Maps for mobile 4.1 for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 by going to from your phone's standard web browser. This update is available in all the countries and languages where Google Maps for mobile is currently available.

Cheers ~ Arne

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