I’ve been using google maps for a long time, but it’s still not perfect.
When I first opened it in my browser, it gave me a random URL that looked a lot like a bunch of other places, including Google Maps’ homepage, which is just an empty black box that’s been a bit confusing for a while.
Google’s map tiles also have an annoying white dot that doesn’t match the shape of the area you want to zoom in on, and you have to use a special button on the map that turns a red/blue color if the area’s in the correct part of the map.
So when you open the app and find a Google map icon, you have a couple of options: You can either zoom in to the area and see it directly from the map, or you can zoom in a little closer to the center of the screen and use Google Maps to navigate around.
I prefer the latter option, and so I’ve always tried to zoom out on my computer and try to zoom it into the entire area.
Unfortunately, the app still doesn’t allow you to zoom beyond the top of the app, so if you want more detailed directions, you need to go back and open Google Maps.
If you do that, the first thing you’ll notice is that Google Maps isn’t showing up on your desktop, so you’ll have to open the desktop version of the browser and go to your desktop app.
(Google Maps on Android can still work on the web, though.)
It’s easy enough to fix, though, because the problem is fixed by going to Settings and then about:flags:navigation and tapping on the checkbox next to “Allow this app to show me directions.”
Then, click the checkmark in the box next to the “Use Google Maps” checkbox.
If that’s the case, you should see your Google map icons in the Google Maps menu, instead of the blank space in the bottom left corner.
This doesn’t fix the navigation issue, but you can fix it by opening the Google maps app and hitting the “Options” button.
The Google Maps app has some minor annoyances when you go back to it from the desktop, but overall, Google’s app looks pretty good.
It’s still nowhere near the top in terms of features, but if you’re on a budget and want a basic web experience, you’ll likely like it.