‘Driving Mode’ is your replacement for mobile Android Auto – Here’s how to use it – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
There are plenty of people out there who use Android Auto on their phones. After all, it’s an alternative to what can sometimes be an expensive Android OS for your vehicle. Unfortunately, that Android app has been deemed “totaled” by Google. This guide will give you the rundown on Google Assistant’s “Driving Mode,” a capable replacement for Android Auto on mobile.
Planing Multi-Stop Routes with Google Maps – By dottotech YouTube
How to find gas prices with Google Maps – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
Google Maps is great for a lot of things – finding new restaurants, saving new places, and even finding the cheapest gas station near you. Here’ show you find gas prices in Google Maps.
How to Use Google Street View – By Mahesh Makvana How-To Geek
With Google’s street view feature, you can virtually walk through the streets of many cities around the world. Street view is also available for popular landmarks, natural wonders, museums, and more. Here’s how to access it on desktop and mobile.
Downloading areas in Google Maps for offline use – Here’s how – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
There’s nothing worse than trying to find your way when suddenly you run out of signal and can’t view your map. Fortunately, Google Maps has a feature for downloading maps for offline use. Here’s how to use it.
9 Delightful Discoveries in Google Maps – By dottotech YouTube
How to Check Traffic in Google Maps – By Mahesh Makvana How-To Geek
Whether you’re heading somewhere or you just want to see how congested a specific street is, it’s easy to check the traffic delays with Google Maps on both your desktop and mobile. We’ll show you how to do that.
How to Save a Route on Google Maps – By Mahesh Makvana How-To Geek
By saving a route on Google Maps, you can quickly get directions to your specified destination. You can save routes on your iPhone, iPad, and Android phones, and we’ll show you how.
2 new Google Maps features you’ll want to use right now – By Clifford Colby Katie Teague CNET
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How to get ready for a road trip using Google’s travel site and Maps – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
Due to the pandemic, travel has been slow this past year, and you might be a little rusty when it comes to picking up and traveling somewhere to visit friends and family or just planning a getaway. Whatever the case, Google has a few helpful tools in Google Maps and Google’s travel site to help you get started on making those plans and staying safe along the way.
How to Send Directions From Google Maps on Desktop to Your Phone – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Google Maps for iPhone and Android is great, but sometimes the journey begins on your desktop computer. Thankfully, it’s super easy to send those directions to your phone. You can pick things up there and be on your way.
How to Use Google Maps Music Controls for Spotify, Apple Music, or YouTube Music – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
Listening to music while driving is a great way to pass the time. If you’re already using Google Maps to navigate on your iPhone or Android device, you might as well control your music with it, too.
How to Use Fuel-Efficient Routes in Google Maps – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
There are a couple of things to consider when choosing a navigation route: Which one will be the fastest? Which one is the fewest miles? Google Maps can also show you which route will save the most gas.
5 Google Maps tricks you’ll wonder how you lived without – By Yoni Heisler BGR
Because Google Maps boasts an extensive and growing list of features, making all of them visible at a glance within the app would be nothing short of a convoluted mess and UI nightmare. As a result, Google has wisely opted to hide some of Google Maps’ more interesting and advanced features. But not to fear, we’ve compiled a list of 5 Google Maps hacks you probably had no idea existed.
Using 2FA on Google? You Will Be Soon – By Dave LeClair How-To Geek
Do you use two-factor authentication (2FA) on your Google account? If you aren’t, you will be soon, because Google is going to turn it on by default on 150 million more accounts by the end of 2021.
Google turning on 2-step verification (2SV) for 150 million more accounts by the end of 2021 – By Abner Li 9to5Google
Back in May, Google said it would start automatically enabling two-factor authentication on eligible accounts. As part of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Google today provided an update on its account 2SV efforts, including upcoming security features.