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is the 3d view only available in some cities? i can rotate my map but no 3d is available?
 
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3d is only in some cities. L.a. for example. Though I can't figure out how to rotate or change the angle.

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I can't find Google Maps in Market on froyo (regular, not rooted)... Any idea?
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Seems like we got everything except rotate functionality.
 
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@nolook: Check out Toronto for some 3D action, it's there.

@thunderpossuem: to change the angle place two fingers side by side on the screen and wipe down, repeat the same while wiping up to return to an overhead view.

I can't seem to rotate though which is a shame, still a great update.
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Try as I might, I just can't make it work. Not that it really worries me. We don't have any of that 3d business over in Brisbane

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I can't find in on a market too. Can somebody please publish the installer here.
 
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@nolook: Check out Toronto for some 3D action, it's there.

@thunderpossuem: to change the angle place two fingers side by side on the screen and wipe down, repeat the same while wiping up to return to an overhead view.

I can't seem to rotate though which is a shame, still a great update.
your right toronto has 3d buildings...very cool...compass feature/offline browsing are also extremely useful features...

maybe rotate will be added or maybe the legend doesnt have that type of multitouch...
 
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Rotate does work on the legend. tap on the "center on my location" button, and tap once more, the burton will change into a compass. There are two modes. One of them will rotate the map when you rotate your phone.

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