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Open Google Maps on your computer or phone and just enter the address or location name. Then press Enter or click Search. You'll see search results as red mini pins or red dots that show you the best search results.
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Google Maps can also be used on a computer. To use it, open your web browser and go to maps.google.com. Enter the starting point and destination for your journey, and the map will show you the route you need to take and estimated travel time and costs. 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 free to use, but some features (such as turn-by-turn navigation) require a paid subscription to Google Maps Navigation (formerly Google Maps for Mobile).
Sometimes one might be uncertain about which neighborhood bar to go to, or which restaurant to go to for lunch, Google maps can help out.
Clicking on the "Explore" section, which is near the bottom of the screen, allows Google maps to make recommendations of places based on your present location and preferences.
Google maps allow you to share your location
Google maps can enable one to share locations with friends and other close ones.
To enable the sharing location feature on the google maps app. Tap your profile icon on the top-right corner and tap "Location sharing". A pop up on the screen will tell you how the feature works, tap “Share location” to open a panel with options for sharing your real-time location with others.
One can set a limit for how long your location will be shareable. Use the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons to make your location shareable for as short as 15 minutes or as long as 24 hours.
The movement might not always be direct from Location A to Location B, sometimes one might have to drop by to pick something or someone up. Google maps can help keep track of such points during your trips.
Click on the area near the bottom of the screen where the estimated arrival time is displayed, "click search along the route" and search for your stop. The stops can be typed in specific addresses or general interests.
Google Maps will search for places that match your quest along your route. When you find the one you'd like to add as a stop, just tap it on the map, and Google will add it to your trip.
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.
Find places of interest near a point
"Where we eat?" or "Which workshop is the closest"? These are questions anyone ever asks themselves, especially when far from home or in an unknown area. To do this, you have to enter the application's search engine and type "restaurants near me" or "workshops near me" to solve that doubt and offer all the possible options in the area. Therefore, the key is "close to me."
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.