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How to use Google Maps offline on Android and iOS


How to use Google Maps offline on Android and iOS


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google Maps are a lifeline with regards to driving as it is a standout amongst the most dependable wellspring of the route. One needs a decent and stable web association for the Maps to work easily. However, in our nation, we frequently confront data transfer capacity issues which bring about an inconsistent web association which regularly abandons us amidst no place. Yet, Google Maps has an answer for that also. Along these lines, in the event that you are pressing up for a street trip or are flying out to another city, at that point you can use the offline Maps highlight offered by Google. The element empowers you to download the map of any zone so you use it without a working web association. In this way, here is the manual for download Google Maps offline both for Android and iOS users. 

Download a map to use offline on iPhone and iPad 

Stage 1: On your iPhone or iPad, open the Google Maps application. 

Stage 2: Make beyond any doubt you're associated with the Internet and marked into Google Maps. 

Stage 3: Search for a place, as Jaipur. 

Stage 4: At the bottom, tap the name or address of the place and after that tap More. 

Stage 5: Select Download offline map.

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