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I have created a new map in which I pinned (with markers) various places for my vacation. I would like to find out how to save it for offline use. How to do so?

Edit: as it turns out, you need to use app "Google maps engine" in order to access your maps.

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If you just need the image and don't need the underlying data, you can take a screen grab and print it out.

If you need all the data, you could download Google Earth, which I think still provides the offline functionality you're looking for. http://www.google.com/earth/download/ge/agree.html

To get everything on your device, you can make yourself a map with multiple destinations, then use the gear icon in the lower right corner of Maps to share the link to yourself. From there, you'll get a URL that you can send to your device.

  • I need to save those places to my android device with information (addresses, etc.). Image is not enough. – Marius Jul 21 '14 at 14:42
  • Another workaround added above. – bdb484 Jul 21 '14 at 14:48
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There's an option within that little gear icon in the lower right corner called Share and embed map.

There you can copy and paste the full URL, pins and everything included.

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