Google Maps For Android Gets Updated To 6.5: Supported HD Graphics, Navigation Features And More

For its own built mobile OS running devices, Google has pushed Google Maps 6.5 for Android update with supporting HD graphics, optimized with ICS UI, and better navigation and lots more to be considered. All of all Google has released a new version of Google Maps for Android, and Google Maps 6.5 brings a new look to Android 4.0 smartphones and tablets as well as a range of new features.

Undoubtedly, Google Maps – a stock feature of the Big G’s mobile operating system, and has today been served a pretty significant update to 6.5 version. As well as the HD visuals, the interface has been tweaked for those running Ice Cream Sandwich, and the app now includes preferred public transit mode as well as route options. The new Google Maps certainly fits in nicely with ICS from an aesthetic point of view.

The new Google Maps 6.5 for Android comes with a new redesigned navigation home screen, plus high resolution maps for HD devices like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which can be seen in the video below.

Think you have seen the video with voice detection shown, with a tasteful guitar sounds in the background! Actually the feature allows users to select and prioritize transit mode has been in the pipeline for a while, and includes a handy ‘Recommended Route’.

Over past few years, Google Maps dominated the world being implemented on Android devices, G Maps is also pre-loaded on each and every iOS device. Might Apple be readying an alternative for this Google Maps.

You can find more information on what’s new in Google Maps for Android 6.5 update over at the Google Mobile blog, and the latest version will only work on Android devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above. Check out the download link below.

Download Google Maps For Android [Google Play Link]