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Since we are discussing this, here is something I have noticed and hope maybe someone has solved.
In Google Maps…not google earth, one can create a map that is viewable online by importing a KML/KMZ file into Google Maps. When I import this type of file into Google Earth I get what appears to be all the restaurants listed, however, when I import this very same file into Google Maps I am missing many spots.
For android phone users Google Maps is very well integrated, so being able to create a custom map with ALL the locations would be nice.