Google Maps is an excellent tool if you want to access and use maps online. The challenge is, sometimes you may have slow Internet, your mobile data might be expensive, or you are worried about security problems. In that case, you can’t really get online, which is why it makes a lot of sense to try and navigate offline in Google Maps. But can you do that, and can you have driving directions from an offline tool?
What to expect with Google Maps’ new bike-friendly features
Google Maps has just made a significant update to help cyclists navigate the city. They’ve already offered bike routes in some cities, but now they’re making that information more accessible by including bike lanes in their directions and suggesting less hilly routes.