Guide to Google Maps

Google MapsGoogle Maps has sparked a revolution in personal navigation which has rocked the very foundations of the industry. The big satellite navigation device manufacturers now have to contend with a sophisticated system which also uses GPS and can be downloaded and freely installed on the majority of modern smartphones. There’s no longer any need to have a dedicated device when you can access turn-by-turn directions on your mobile phone for no extra charge. Google Maps is quite simply one of the best free software packages you can get and it is available for a wide variety of devices. In this guide you’ll learn exactly how to use it, what phones and other devices support it, and why it is only the navigation tool you’ll ever need.

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