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n the previous article in the Android series, you learned how to integrate the Google Maps into your Android application.
Location Labs today announced a "Universal Location Service" platform that aggregates locations of phones across carriers for developers and centralizes privacy management for end-users.
Well, I finally decided to start seriously looking at the Google API’s Add-On for Android projects .
In Part 1 , we discussed how to get started using Google’s Places API , including all necessary registrations.
Google released its Places API last month (July 2010) and this is exciting news for developers.
Register for location updates using a Criteria and pending intent.