Download Google Maps To Your Smartphone Or Tablet

Google-Android

If you have ever wanted to use Google Maps while you are out but did not want the data expense of using it , Google Maps allow you now to download maps to your device so you can view the map while you are out.

So how do you do this ?


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  • Open the map app on your tablet , smartphone  
  • Go into the hamburger menu at the top left and it talks about your settings in Google maps
  • Look for “Your Places“
  • You will see an option at the bottom of the page to save an offline map 

 

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