The biggest news for v3 is that now – as the standard version – it includes a new version of Google Street View, which is built entirely in HTML so that it works across all of the mobile devices that v3 supports. Also new in the API are markers, info windows, and custom imagery.
At Where 2.0 in March, a Google rep pointed out that the Google Maps API is far and away the leader for third-party developers, and these upgrades will certainly be welcome additions to this already vibrant API.
In other geolocation news, we also expect that Google will launch an API for Latitude at Google I/O.
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