By now, you’ve probably seen a number of new features in the Google Maps app.
However, if you’re using an iOS device that doesn’t have Google Earth, you may not know how to access them.
In this article, we’ll take you through the basic steps to access Google Earth in your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
We’ll also take you step-by-step to install and configure the Google App, and then walk you through setting up your Apple device to access the Google Apps.
How to open the Google map and ride from the Google app If you haven’t already done so, download the Google Map app on your iOS Device.
This app is compatible with iPhones and iPads running iOS 8.0 or higher, and will automatically detect when you install it.
Open the app on any iOS device.
On the left side, tap “Maps” from the list of apps.
In the top menu, tap the “Google Maps” icon.
In addition to the Google maps icon, tap or tap the three dots on the bottom of the map to bring up the Google Google app.
From the Google apps, you can also open the following options: Select “Google Earth” to access geo-tagging.
You’ll be prompted to enter your current location.