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Google Maps is a visual satellite navigation tool used on iPhones and iPads. To use Google Maps on an iPhone or iPad, open the app and enter the starting point and destination for your journey. The map will show you the route you need to take, as well as the estimated travel time. You can also view business listings, find out about traffic conditions, and get walking or driving directions. If you're using Google Maps in an area with public transport, you can see timetables and plan your journey accordingly. Google Maps is a free app and can be downloaded from the App Store.
One of my favorite features of Google maps is its street view mode, which allows me to see what a particular location looks like without actually going there. Just look at it through my phone camera lens and I get a 360-degree panoramic view. This comes in especially handy when I’m traveling abroad since I can see how far away something is before making a journey there.
But how does that work?
Easy. On your phone, Google has preloaded photos of many streets and streetscapes around the world as part of its mapping services. Now, while navigating somewhere new (via Google maps), if there are no images available for that area yet but you would still like to see what it looks like via street view mode, then you can simply take a picture using your phone camera. Then once you upload that image back to Google servers, they’ll convert it into a 2D street-level image that shows up on your phone as soon as you select street view mode. Magic!
Lastly, one more feature of Google maps public transit. Have you ever wanted to catch a train or bus but didn’t know how to figure out schedules? Well, now there’s an app for that. Google recently added a public transit layer onto its maps service so users can easily view routes and timetables for buses, trains, ferries, etc.
Warn you of government mandates and testing centers
Another cool feature of Google Maps is its ability to warn you of government mandates and testing centers. It also allows you to manage your location history by saving, viewing, or deleting your most recent locations. With the advent of Augmented Reality technology, users will be able to use the mapping service to see which routes are crowded, and where they can safely travel. The new "lighting" feature will help users to avoid mishaps by highlighting roads that are brightly lit.
You can choose a map mode (Hybrid, Satellite, and Terrain) that is suitable for your needs. All in all Google Maps is a great tool to explore new places and it’s fun too. Next time you are planning a vacation or looking forward to visiting a new city, just open Google map on your phone, point where you want to go, and enjoy finding yourself there.
With simple drag & drop functionality offered by the Android/ iOS app, you can easily change your travel direction while reaching a specific point.
Check Your ETA
If you are traveling, whether by car, bus, train, or walking, you can see your current location on a Google map, and also estimate the arrival time of your destination. Also, you can set the default destination and check your ETA.
Street View: navigate by eye
Street View is one of the most outstanding options of Maps, although you have to know that it exists and the universe of options that it can give. First, use the phone's search engine to look for any location (or choose a point on the map). Then, in the lower-left corner of the screen, tap the image to access a picture of the precise location. Here comes the novelty, right at the top, and a little to the right, a compass appears. The view will change to place the user right at the point by clicking on it. In addition, when moving the mobile, you will have the proper perspective of the place as if you were looking around.