Are you preparing your summer vacation? Whether you're traveling abroad as if you're staying for Spain sure this trick you is very useful, especially if you have a hired a very broad or suite of mobile data you have Internet connection.
Until recently Google Maps function had a somewhat hidden from the eyes of users and let you save maps for later offline viewing , both the iPhone and the iPad. However, now has a much more visible and easy to use feature to get save maps for offline viewing.
I must say that Google Maps is one of the best mapping applications that can currently be found in the App Store for iOS devices, one of the best alternatives to Apple Maps. So we do not entertain us and we will tell you what this little trick is to store maps.
Check out the maps without an Internet connection with Google Maps
As we said earlier, this trick is useful when traveling to another country and do not use mobile data or do not have the ability to connect to a WiFi network. In addition it both iPhone and iPad, so you can leave everything prepared before leaving home and consult the more you need without having to worry about the Internet connection.
These maps are saved they occupy space on your iOS device and you have to keep in mind that the higher we are about to map more megs deal. That said, there is only immerse yourself in the heart of the matter:
- Open Google Maps and find the place you want to save to your iPhone or iPad.
- Once you have located click on the icon of the three horizontal lines to the left of the search bar.
Select Areas offline "and click" + "button at the bottom right of the screen.
Here you can choose which area of the map you want to save, and also you will go see how much space on your device and how much you have free.
Once you have chosen the area just click "Download" and put a name to the map.
Then the download will start. The map can be used for 30 days, you can also edit or even delete it from the list before the deadline if no longer going to use more.
Another way to save a map for offline viewing, although more rudimentary as it somehow is taking screenshots. This option is useful when you have the device memory to overflow and you can not download the map for offline viewing.
We must recognize that Google is being overcome himself and slowly including exciting new features like this that can serve to leave more than a pinch. Did you know this secret feature of Google Maps for iPhone and iPad?