My Location on Google Maps using Geolocation API

Google launched “My Location on Google Maps,” , the first major Google web application to make use of the Geolocation API. Now when you visit Google Maps with a supported web browser, you'll see a new My Location button in the top left corner of the map. Simply click the button to center the map […]

Google launched “My Location on Google Maps,” , the first major Google web application to make use of the Geolocation API. Now when you visit Google Maps with a supported web browser, you'll see a new My Location button in the top left corner of the map. Simply click the button to center the map to your approximate location. If your location can be determined accurately enough, it's shown with a blue circle, just like on Google Maps for Mobile. Click the button again to remove the blue circle, or to re-center the map after you've moved it away.


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