Here’s How to Save Offline Maps in the New Google Maps App for iOS 7.x

The update to Google Maps on iOS and Android brings an important feature that a lot of users would find useful/interesting. Google Maps now has a specific offline maps feature. It’s built right into the app as a separate feature.

There is an older method of caching maps we wrote about. You no longer need that. The new offline maps feature works far better and is more comprehensive. For those who want to make use of the offline feature, here’s how it works.

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To Save a Map for Offline use:

  • Open Google Maps (updated, v3.0 for iOS)
  • Tap on the profile icon

Save Google Map for Offline use in iOS 7-x

  • If you aren’t logged in (with your Google account), do so.
  • Scroll down to the Offline maps section.

Save Google Map to use Offline in iOS-7-x

  • Tap on Save map to use offline
  • You will be taken to the maps interface where you can pan and zoom to get to the location you want to save. Then, tap on Save
  • Label the offline map and tap Save. Google Maps will save the map.

Label the offline map and tap Save

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  • Once you save the map, you can access the map from the same place.

Google Offline Maps in iOS 7-x

To view and manage offline maps:

  • Open Google Maps and tap on the profile icon
  • Scroll down to the Offline maps section
  • Tap on View all and manage

Manage Offline Google Maps in iOS 7-x

  • You can tap on Save a new offline map to start saving another map area
  • You can also tap on the menu icon (3 vertical dots) on any saved map to rename, update or delete a saved offline map. Tapping on the saved map shows you the map. The reading under the map shows you the size and the expiry time for the map.

Tapping on the Saved Google Map in iOS 7-x

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While there are other cool offline maps apps for iPhone you can check out, I think Google Maps’s offline feature is now robust enough. It would be best to save the map in the standard vectorized-image format instead of the satellite imagery for obvious reasons.

Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.
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