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Monday, 2 October 2017

How to measure distances in Google Maps with your iPhone



Our world is full of really beautiful places, different ways of thinking, and secrets yet to be discovered. But to get to know them all, you first have to plan everything in the millimeter, with the help of the best tools you have at your disposal. And the network is always there to help you with these kinds of problems. Put another way, Google always has the perfect answer for these types of issues.

For example, it is always good to take into account the distance that separates us from each destination, from each stop we take along the way. It does not matter if it is a trip in your own province, country, or if you want to go to the other end of the world, it is important that you are aware of the distance you will leave behind. Or maybe you are a student, who simply wants to know the miles between your home and your educational center, in order to get a scholarship. No matter the reason, we have the solution.

Discover the space that separates you from the rest of the world with this little trick


In this case, we will use an app well known by all, created by the search giant. Google Maps allows us, among other things, how to save offline maps , find out, in a simple way, the distance that separates two points in a straight line. We will only have to follow the steps detailed below: First, obviously, download Google Maps from the App Store . Then, place a checkmark by briefly pressing the point you want to start.

Now, in the left panel of Google Maps, which shows the information of the selected location, an option called "Measure Distance" will appear. In order for this to happen, you must be careful not to press on a local, since the option will not appear. Now, we just have to move on the map to the point we want to reach. Even we can go marking several points and see the total distance of the route. Something really useful, if only to satisfy curiosity, right?

And you, where would you like to go?

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