Google Maps Go is a MUCH lighter version than the original Google Maps app. Is it hiding a deep dark secret? No. Basically, this app is little more than a shortcut to the web version of Google Maps. In fact, whenever you open Google Maps Go, the full Google Maps website pops up, so you must have Chrome installed for 'Go' to run. Just like in the original Google Maps app, Google Maps Go allows you to run a search to locate any place in the world -- right from your Android. And, if you want to find out how to get somewhere, look no further than its toolbar to run a quick directions search to get you on route with a tailored map from your current location and provide you with updated, real-time info on public transport and traffic conditions. From Google Maps Go, you get crucial info on businesses, government buildings and monuments for your city. Plus you'll have opening and closing times, contact information, exact addresses and much more at your fingertips. You can also run a quick search to find information on public transportation schedules, bus stop numbers, and locate metro, bus or trolley stops that are nearby. Google Maps Go is a very handy app for any user who is miffed by how slow Google Maps (the original app) can get at times. Thanks to the 'GO' version of this app, you'll get a perfectly smooth experience every time that provides exactly the same useful information as the original, at a much lower cost to your device resources.
The top ten Android apps of the month [January 2018] Let's take a moment to review the most notable Android apps that came out in the first month of 2018. Just recently we released a list of the best Android games of January, but this list contains all kinds of apps that will help you get the new year started on the right foot. There are tools that help preserve net neutrality, record events with ease, and others that offer well known services while taking up the least amount of space possible. You don't want to miss out on this list of the most illustrious apps of the month. Read more
Here are the Android Go apps already available for download One of Google's goals recently is to make sure everyone in the world can use their services and apps regardless of device model or quality of coverage. With this in mind, Android Go is an operating system based on Android Oreo that takes these limitations into account. In addition to the arrival of this new OS, Google has also trimmed the fat off their apps to make lighter, smaller versions of a many popular apps. Here, we've put together a list of the Google Go apps that are available for download on Android. Read more
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