Google Maps - Transit & Food

Download Google Maps - Transit & Food

  • Category: Navigation
  • Last Updated: 2018-11-26
  • Current version: 5.6
  • File size: 183.66 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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How to Download, install and use Google Maps - Transit & Food on your Windows Computer

At the moment, Google Maps - Transit & Food is not available for download on computer. However, you can use emulators to run Android applications on PC. One example is the BlueStacks App Player. It is a powerful tool that provides users a virtual device similar to an actual phone. This also enables users to install games and other popular and in-demand applications.
Thus, you will be able to access the Play Store without any restrictions. The downside of this is it slows down the performance of your computer even though the app is not running in the background.
Not only that, some complains about its sluggish operation. Let us proceed with the steps, so we can use Google Maps - Transit & Food on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download and install the BlueStacks App Player on your computer - Here >> .
If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

2.Once it has been installed, open the program and sign in using your Gmail account or create a new one.

3: Search for Google Maps - Transit & Food on the Play Store and install it.
Now you will see the "All Apps" button.
Clicking it will take you to a page containing all your installed apps. Google Maps - Transit & Food

4. Run the app and enjoy your favorite Navigation app on Windows PC.

About Google Maps - Transit & Food

Developer Description

Navigate your world faster and easier with Google Maps. Over 220 countries and territories mapped, with hundreds of millions of businesses and places on the map. Get real-time GPS navigation, traffic and public transport info, and explore local neighbourhoods 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 public transport info • Save time with automatic rerouting based on live traffic, incidents and road closures Discover places and explore like a local • Discover local restaurants, events and activities that matter to you • See what’s trending and new places that are opening in the areas you care about • Decide more confidently with “Your match”, a number representing 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 favourite 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, shopping centres and stadiums * Some features not available in all countries


  • Doesn’t work well with iOS

    By iPullin
    Can’t double to zoom photos, can’t ever swipe from the left of screen to go back, always have to adjust my hand to hit the back or X button at the top. Would be great if it worked with Siri Shortcuts App but it doesn’t. Also, directions keep changing and getting worse, they now tell you less number of steps when driving, like heading into Sydney it just says ‘in 50km, turn towards your destination...’ and skips all the complex road and lane troubles of navigating into and around Sydney - it used to give more directions! Also, when moving around the map, zooming in and zooming out, it occasionally moves the map instantly to somewhere else close by and you loose your position - a bug that’s been the same for years. However, this app still has the most up to date information about businesses (because Google) and is good in many ways. Guess I have to give 3 stars because it’s free and I shouldn’t complain about free things.
  • I never imagined.

    By Oscar B Wild
    As a young boy with a wonderful imagination, I couldn’t have believed that today, I would be holding a somewhat small device used to make and receive calls and messages, play games, have email, Google for information about almost anything and explore the world from above, zooming in so close I can see individual trees, cars, even animals, through Google Maps. I just love the 3D feature, especially when viewing the city high rises, famous landmarks and natural wonders. I look forward to when it’s available in more or all places. Street view is also a great feature, particularly when you are looking for directions so you can get a visual of what the building/house looks like, as well as the surrounding area - very helpful.
  • Directional arrow

    By levymetal
    What happened to the arrow on the blue dot that showed the direction you’re facing? Now, instead of an arrow, there’s a faint blue gradient attempting to show field of view, which gets lost on green/park/water areas, is difficult to see when the screen is on low brightness, or for those without good vision, and isn’t obviously/easily discernible from a quick glance (eg, when riding a bike). Now I have to bring the phone up to my face to try and figure out which direction I’m walking, or stop the bike to look at the map properly. Nothing is more usable, obvious, or intuitive than an arrow pointing in the direction you’re facing. Nothing. When Apple Maps was originally released, it didn’t have the arrow, and after years of complaints they eventually caved in and added it. I think that says something about how important it is. Now, ironically, and inexplicably, Google Maps has removed it. The arrow was not a problem; it didn’t need to be “fixed”. Please bring back the arrow.