Today the Google Maps SDK has received a sizable update that adds quite a bit of goodies for developers. The Google Maps SDK has added support for ground overlays, gesture controls and geodesic polylines.
These new additions can be found in the Google API Console. In a video released Google’s Mano Marks and Paul Samantha show off these new features. In the same video they also announce that keys for the Google Maps SDK are available to all via the console where as before you had to register and then play the waiting game.
To make the developers life a bit easier there is a sample app that will allow developers to learn how to use Google Maps in the apps they have created. The sample app includes the tools that Google offers for it’s maps on iOS including various data sets, overlays, 3D view and a few more things.
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