Desktop Google Maps Have “Send To Device” Button Now

Posted: Jul 12 2015, 11:15am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 12 2015, 11:40am CDT, in News | Technology News


Desktop Google Maps have “Send to device” button now

Google has added "Send to device" button on the cellphones

Previously, if you wanted to open a direction on a map on your Android Smartphone, after taking a view from your Desktop, you were supposed to open it again. It's currently super simple to send area data, complete with directions and routes, from Google Maps on your desktop to your tablet or cell phone. When you select an area on desktop Google Maps, a "Send to device" button will be accessible under the area and hours of the place that you've chosen. You can click that to send the information to your mobile phone, which will then get all the details in a notification.

From the notification, you will get a couple of decisions of what to do next. Tapping the location will open up Google Maps and showcase the area, hours, and a greater amount of the location that you're keen to look on. The notification additionally contains buttons to start route immediately or view the locations to the spot that you're taking a gander at.

While looking for an area on your cell phone in the wake of discovering it on your desktop isn't precisely a huge amount of work, having the capacity to just send the data from Google Maps on your desktop to Google Maps on your cell phone is a although speedier, smoother, and more incorporated experience.

To attempt this feature for yourself, you'll require the most current version of the Google Maps application (v9.11.0) on your cell phone or tablet. You can get all the details and more information about the procedure from here

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.




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