How To Use Google Maps In Android, iOS Without Internet

    If you always had in mind that you cannot use Google Maps without a high-speed internet connection, then you're seriously mistaken.

    How To Use Google Maps In Android, iOS Without Internet

    If you are lost in an unknown city and want to find your way out, Google maps is there to help you even without an internet connection at your disposal. There are a few prerequisites for the app to function without an internet connection.

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    The sliders below show, how exactly can this be done.

    Use Google maps without the Internet

    First of all open the Google account option in your phone and log in.

    Use Google maps without the Internet

    After you've successfully registered, search for "OK Maps" on your browser.

    Use Google maps without the Internet

    You will come across the installation option for Google Maps on your smartphone. Go ahead and install it. If the application is already installed in your device, try updating it for the latest maps near you.

    Use Google maps without the Internet

    The application begins to install on your device. Turn on your WiFi and use it for internet access if you have a WiFi connection.

    Use Google maps without the Internet

    After you're done installing the app, go to the apps menu and click on "Your places". You can also zoom in or zoom out the map and select an area of your choice.

    Use Google maps without the Internet

    Once you've selected the area on the map, Save it. Do not forget to write the name of the area before you save your location.

    Use Google maps without the Internet

    In the similar fashion, you can save the map of the entire city on your phone and use it even in the absence of an internet connection.

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