This week, Google released an update to the Google Maps. With this update, many new features were introduced. The whole UI of the Google Maps was revamped. Along with the change in the UI, many new changes were introduced like the the new navigation changes like live traffic updates, incident reports, and dynamic rerouting. “Explore” feature was also added that which gave the users a new way to browse and discover popular local places to eat, drink, shop, play and sleep.
However one thing that was noticeably absent was the ability to save maps for offline use. This was a disappointment to an otherwise good update. But there is a way around to this problem. The user can save some particular locations for offline purpose. Follow the instructions given below.