Google Maps now allows you to save maps offline [Video]

by XB on 27th June 2012

in Applications, Videos


The ability to save maps for use when you don’t have an internet connection within Google Maps was announced a few weeks back. However, Google is now rolling out this feature to Android handsets. Google allows you to save a region of a map offline from over 150 countries and six large metro areas can be saved at once. It has been a long time coming, now all we need is a similar offline feature for turn-by-turn navigation. See a video of it in action below.

Via Google Lat Long Blog.

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