How To Save Google Maps for Offline Access for Android
Many times you may get into troubles when you do not have signals on your Android phones and tablets. It can be a big issue for you when you need to use the internet connection but there is no Wi-Fi connection nearby you. And you need to view some maps in order to reach the location easily. The moment your Android device reads “no service”, you notice that Google maps are no more available, it is all disturbing. But you do not care about that unless you have saved your Google Maps offline mode. It is pretty easy to save large map areas on Google Maps for future usage.
We are sharing here trick to save Google maps for offline access. Make sure you are running on latest version of application, the Android Google Maps version is 8.0 at this time. Once you are confirmed that you are on latest version, fire up the application. Tap on profile icon (check at next to search bar), scroll to bottom and there look for a new section dedicated for offline maps. You can save maps in two different tricks. First, go to settings or type “Ok Maps” at any time when viewing map. After enabling the save dialog, you can zoom in and out and save into your mobile. If you are saving large areas, you will be asked to zoom in and save areas.
It is very important to mention here that your saved maps will remain on phone for just one month (30 days), after that the Google Maps app will purge a saved map to clear up the storage space. Is not it easy to save Google maps for offline access? Save the Google maps offline and use while you are on a long journey and you have no idea where to move.