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Download Google Maps To Your Smartphone Or Tablet

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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