The interiors of Houston's two airports are part of a launch of a new Google Maps for Android feature that lets you determine where the hell you are inside of big places like malls and department stores.
Bush Intercontinental and Hobby are part of the 18 U.S. airports mapped out in the app.
"Whether you're looking for the right gate amidst the crowds of holiday travelers or just trying to find the closest restroom before your flight, Google Maps 6.0 for Android will help you determine where you are, what floor you're on and where to go," the company said in announcing the new item.
The interior maps "automatically appear when you're viewing the map and zoomed in on a building where indoor map data is available," Google says.
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