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Google Maps Introduces New Feature: Offline Usage

Google Maps Introduces New Feature: Offline Usage
Google Maps Introduces New Feature: Offline Usage
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Good news for Google Maps users! The popular navigation app is about to get even better with a new feature that will allow users to use Google Maps without an internet connection. This is a significant development, as it will enhance satellite connectivity and enable users to share their location without Wi-Fi or cellular network. Let’s delve into the details of this feature:

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Use Google Maps Without Internet

Users can now use Google Maps without an internet connection. This feature will be particularly beneficial for those users who live in areas where mobile network coverage is poor. However, users will be able to use this feature only after the testing phase is completed.

In fact, the satellite connectivity feature of Google Maps is still in the testing phase. It will take some time for it to be rolled out. Once the rollout is complete, users will be able to use it. But keep in mind, this feature can only be used five times a day.

More About the Feature

Information about this feature was provided by tipster AssembleDebug. In fact, the Google Maps satellite connectivity feature has been launched for beta version 11.125. The most special thing about this feature is that users will be able to share their location in Google Maps without the internet, but there is a limit to this. Users can use this feature only five times a day, meaning they can only share their location five times. This means that this will only be possible at intervals of every 15 minutes.

However, satellite connectivity in Google Maps could prove to be very beneficial in any emergency. As of now, no official information has come out about the rollout of the feature from the company. We will have to wait a bit longer to see when this feature will be connected with Android devices.

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