Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 05, 2011 -- When Google Maps was first introduced to mobile devices it was hailed as not only a great navigation tool but also a time saving application that would be used on a daily basis by millions of smartphone users. The most recent improvement will now enable android 6.0 users to view interior maps of airports, retail stores and malls in the US and Japan.
With such participants as Macy's, Bloomingdales and IKEA there's a lot to be exited about, says QueryClick.
A spokesperson from the UK SEO company, QueryClick has commented:
"With Google Maps incorporating such well known and loved businesses into their system it's easy to see users making much more use out of Google maps, than ever before. We all know how complicated it can be to get around IKEA here in the UK so the benefits are obvious.
"With no more hunting for location maps in malls or searching for the nearest toilet. We can't wait for it's roll-out for android users here in the UK."
Not only will it display full maps of interior shopping malls and many other large buildings but it will also display the floor levels. Google have confirmed that at the time of launch there will be "several hundred million square feet of coverage" but there's still a long way to go before delivering the coverage that Google desires.
With new indoor maps set to be introduced in the near future, it will be sure to help increase the popularity of Google Maps for all mobile users, worldwide.
QueryClick is one of the UK's leading providers of Search Engine Marketing (SEM) solutions for companies ranging from FTSE 100 listed brands to ambitious small businesses looking to grow aggressively.
It's this level of success that has seen QueryClick experience recession-defying growth as a company but also manage to create record return on investment for their clients, the list of which includes a variety of companies from globally renowned FTSE 100 firms to local start-up businesses.