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catamount
9 weeks ago

Ever since the update to the latest version of Google Maps, my laptop chugs along like it's a 10 year old computer when I use it. Is there a way to revert...

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dayzsunny
10 weeks ago

How can I use Google Maps offline on my Android phone when I am in areas of poor or no data coverage?

catamount
12 weeks ago

Honestly, I couldn’t ask for much more with Google Maps “old” version. It does everything I need, has a decent UI, and is generally quite accurate (unlike...

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