When Google revamped the look of Google Maps for iOS and Android, users were upset about the lack of traditional features. Some users were so upset, the option of reverting to a much older version of the app was the answer.With Google’s announcement today, Google Maps is finally starting to gain some of the beloved features that were once left out. One such feature is proper Offline Mode. While there was a method for caching offline maps in prior versions of Google Maps, it was less than intuitive. The new version streamlines the process of not only saving a section for offline use, but for accessing said sections later when you’re without a connection. The process is identical on both iOS and Android.
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