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18 September 2007

Google Maps coverage expands - 54 more countries

Google Maps coverage expands... 54 more countries covered.

Update 18/09/2007
Pamela Fox (Google Maps API Team) introduces Google Spreadsheets New Features that use your data (xml, html, csv, tsv, as well as RSS and Atom based)


In combination with the Google Maps API you can now view the new tiles via her mashup.


note1 - the Google Geocoder is not perfect.
(click on Costa Rica and you will see)

*Note- Additionally, the limit on functions per spreadsheet is 50.

previous post
Click a hyperlink to view the new coverages - some are limited in content.


Afghanistan
Aruba
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Belize
Bermuda
Brunei Darussalam (limited coverage)
Bhutan (limited coverage)
Bolivia (limited coverage - cities only)
Cambodia
Chile
Colombia (limited coverage - 50% approx)
Costa Rica
Cuba
Ecuador
El Salvador
Fiji (very limited coverage)
Guatemala
Haiti
Honduras
Indonesia (limited coverage)
Iraq
Iran
Jordan
Kazakhstan (limited coverage)
Kyrgyzstan
Kuwait
Laos
Lebanon
Mexico
Myanmar (Burma)
Mongolia
Nepal
Nicaragua (limited coverage - 50% approx)
Oman
Pakistan
Panama (fragmented coverage)
Paraguay (very limited coverage)
Peru(very limited coverage)
Philippines
Papua New Guinea
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Sri Lanka
Syria
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Timor-Leste
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Venezuela (limited coverage - 50% approx)
Vietnam
Yemen (limited coverage)

*Coverage only approximated by Mapperz

Source:
http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/2007/09/
more-of-world-for-you-to-explore.html

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4 Comments:

At Friday, September 14, 2007 11:25:00 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Columbia like the university, or Colombia like the country?

 
At Friday, September 14, 2007 10:45:00 pm, Blogger totyk said...

Hi,

I came across your blog as I was searching around for help on using APIs. I already sent messages to Group Discussions but haven't been responded yet, so I thought maybe I could ask you :-) . My question is, can Google Maps be used on mobile websites? Can I display route data by users on the Google map on my site?
thank you very much for all your response,
best regards,

 
At Monday, September 17, 2007 4:46:00 pm, Blogger Mapperz said...

as in Bogotá, Distrito Capital, Colombia

 
At Monday, September 17, 2007 4:50:00 pm, Blogger Mapperz said...

Google Maps on Mobile Phones
http://mobile.google.com/gmm/whatsnew.html?hl=en

There is a new version 1.0.6

do you want to add your own data?
(is possible to embed a mini google map on your website and overlay your data)
though not recommended.

 

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