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As promised during an impressive display at Google IO this year, the new Google Maps for Android is here.
Google has started rolling this update out to Android version 4.0.3 and higher, so if you don’t have the update waiting for you in the Play Store yet it should be there soon.
The option is the same that we've had in Google for a few years, except it would now be in the app that made most sense, Maps.
It also follows Google's trend of decoupling options and features from Google .
Most of the buttons you are used to using are right where you left them, with features like one finger zoom still perfectly intact.
As we reported previously, Google Latitude has been killed as a standalone service, having been recreated in Google as a new features.