An indoor maps view from Google Maps (Photo : Google Maps)
Although the Google Maps for the iOS 6 hasn't been set, an indoor edition has launched for Android customers.
The new maps features is perfect timing as millions set to voyage in airports to see friends and family or to start their Black Friday shopping.
As Google stated, "Before heading home for the holidays or out to shop on Black Friday, check out indoor maps of the airport or shopping mall on your desktop to better plan your trip."
The search engine giant added that users can, "Simply zoom in on a building on Google Maps and you'll automatically see a detailed floor plan with helpful labels for gates at the airport, stores within the mall, departments within a retail shop, as well as ATMs, restrooms and more."
The indoor maps features coverage of the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL), Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD), Miami International Airport (MIA), and the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), to name a few. The compatibility isn't exclusive to airports but also universities, sports venues, libraries, hotels, hospitals, and shopping malls.
Google is also allowing venue owners to add their own floor plans to Google Maps by utilizing their Google Maps Floor Plan tool.
The indoor maps originally were trialed in France in September.
According to Google, more than 10,000 floor plans are set from Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
For the list of venues that are compatible with the Indoor Maps, click here.