Google Maps - Transit & Food

Google Maps - Transit & Food

By Google LLC

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2012-12-13
  • Current Version: 5.26
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 215.79 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 2,711,203 Ratings


Navigate your world faster and easier with Google Maps. Over 220 countries and territories mapped and hundreds of millions of businesses and places on the map. Get real-time GPS navigation, traffic, and transit info, and explore local neighborhoods by knowing where to eat, drink and go - no matter what part of the world you’re in. Get there faster with real-time updates • Beat traffic with real-time ETAs and traffic conditions • Catch your bus, train, or ride-share with real-time transit info • Save time with automatic rerouting based on live traffic, incidents, and road closure • With Live View in Google Maps, see the way you need to go with arrows and directions placed right on top of your world. There’s no second guessing or missing another turn. Discover places and explore like a local • Discover local restaurant, events, and activities that matter to you • Know what’s trending and new places that are opening in the areas you care about • Decide more confidently with “Your match,” a number on how likely you are to like a place • Group planning made easy. Share a shortlist of options and vote in real-time • Create lists of your favorite places and share with friends • Follow must-try places recommended by local experts, Google, and publishers More experiences on Google Maps • Offline maps to search and navigate without an internet connection • Street View and indoor imagery for restaurants, shops, museums and more • Indoor maps to quickly find your way inside big places like airports, malls and stadiums * Some features not available in all countries



  • Delivery

    By 00000000000000000000000000200
    Al & Jeremy were right on time. They were friendly & made sure all the furniture was placed where I wanted it & that the power recliners were working properly.
  • Eh

    By Forsytheje
    This app is good at finding shortcuts in normal traffic conditions, but is very bad at navigating heavy traffic
  • Need more speed limit postings.

    By brythk
    I would like it if they would post speed limit like my AT&T app does. I get speed limits every once in a while.
  • Evil Google

    By drphilatl
    This company is full of evil losers who sell your information and provide you with nothing but their narrative.
  • No campareson

    By Bijan M
    Fastest, shortest, most updated route. Great explanation on the guidance of the way. Conversion of miles or KM to the country of use. Great map to see with highlights when driving.
  • Essential to get where you need

    By BigEarl3
    Great app to help find multiple ways to get where you are going. Been using for over a decade and through the years it has become more reliable on how long it will take to get to where you need. Traffic has a huge effect on how long it takes and makes reasonable changes. Developers are creating new roads which this app knows and can save a lot of time.
  • App crashing

    By CourtneyCP
    App has been crashing since the new update. If I try to swipe to see the next direction the app will freeze and time out.
  • Unintelligible and fickle instructions

    By Ppbonbon
    I am a user of Google as all of us beings in this internet world are. I use Chrome, Chromecast, and have for years used Maps reliably as my chosen app for navigation (on my iPhone.) I have to highlight major points I saw in other reviews: 1. Walking navigation is a mess. I live and spend time in major cities, and have only seen this issue worsened here. When you try and center yourself, Google wants to tell you you’re two blocks away, or will try to orient you in a spinning wheel of cardinal directions. Choose your own. 2. My major gripe and reason I’m switching to Waze is because I FEEL LIKE I AM ABOUT TO GET INTO AN ACCIDENT EVERYTIME I GRIP MY STEERING WHEEL. I commute many miles a day and I’ve been just horrified at how Google will suddenly re-route you. I thought I was going crazy reading the navigation wrong but it’s impossible now to deny that Google has sent me on wild goose chases on the interstate, through winding neighborhood streets for no reason, or simply just wants me to abruptly reverse my car to the prior exit on the highway that it didn’t want me to take 0.4 seconds ago but apparently now has somehow materialized in its periphery. It stresses. Me. Out.
  • Update

    By leiliigoodarZii
  • 😊

    By Billie ieliesh
    I love food 😊