Selling an old mobile could allow for better navigation

18 March 2010 — 4:00 PM

Google Maps could help you find your way around.

Consumers could wish to consider mobile recycling as an option in order to upgrade to a new smartphone using the Android operating system.

Smartphones can serve a number of purposes for users including navigation and mapping.

Those who do not currently use their phone for mapping could wish to purchase a new handset and begin to do so, as Google Maps 4.1 has been launched with the promise of providing users with an enhanced experience.

A widget has been added to the application meaning that people can use their handset to find the location of their friends without having to open the program.

People who already have a smartphone using Android version 1.6 or later can download Google Maps 4.1 from the Android Market now.

Gaming fans may want to upgrade to an Apple iPhone as it has been revealed that the mobile is soon to launch Mirror's Edge, a title that has appeared on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 to a great deal of critical acclaim.

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