Android Armed up with a Map Editor by Google

Brian Cornell, a software engineer at Google, developed the My Map Editor app that allows Android phone users to create and share maps using their mobiles.  On top of that, one can also synchronize the maps to their PCs.

Tell you what, he has developed this app using just 20% of his time over a span of four months. The app sounds brilliant not only by the appearance but also application wise. The app is said to provide an excellent interface between the mobile and desktop.

The application lets users create, edit, share, and view personalized maps on their Android powered phone, as well as synchronize with the My Maps tab on Google Maps. “Create a map on your desktop computer using Google Maps and then take it with you on the go and update it on location. My Maps Editor by Google supports full editing functionality for markers, lines, and shapes on maps, plus the ability to mark your location using GPS or attach a photo directly from your phone. Your maps are automatically synchronized with your My Maps on the web.” —- writes Brian in his Google Blog.

The app is ready for download on the Android Market.

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