Mobile GMaps displays Google Maps on your Java-enabled cellphone

Barb Dybwad
B. Dybwad|07.04.05

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Barb Dybwad
July 4, 2005 6:30 PM
Mobile GMaps displays Google Maps on your Java-enabled cellphone image
Mobile GMaps displays Google Maps on your Java-enabled cellphone image
Mobile Gmaps

We like things that are free even more than we like things that relate to Google Maps, and when you put those two things together — man, that's some synergy. Mobile GMaps is a Creative Commons-licensed app that'll run on your Java J2ME-enabled cellphone (or other mobile device) to display both Google Maps and Keyhole satellite imagery. It's the next best thing to actually cultivating an inner sense of direction.

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