Google Maps has been getting better on iOS over the years. For example, Siri now has a great Google Maps integration. However, as a Google app, it usually does not work as reliably as Apple's own native apps. Using Google Maps on your iPhone or iPad may cause a problem that stops working. Here are some steps to take in case Google Maps stops working. Let's take a look now.
Troubleshoot Google Maps on the iPhone or iPad
] Enable Location Services on the iPhone
Step 1. Tap Settings and then Privacy .
Step # 2. Tap Location Services . If the switch is not on, tap it to enable Location Services. .
Restart Google Maps app on iPhone
Step # 1. Swipe up (if you have an iPhone with Home button, double-tap on it Key) to access the multitasking interface.
Enable Background App Update for Google Maps on iPhone
Step # 1. Tap Settings and then scroll down to tap on Google Maps in Preferences.
Update Google Maps application from the App Store
Step # 1. Go to App Store → tap top right profile → scroll down to review the updates.
Step 2. If you find Google Maps in the list, tap Refresh to download and install it.
If you followed these steps, you should have resolved the issue that Google Maps is not working. If none of these steps work, it's a good idea to use the built-in Apple Maps feature instead. New iOS 13 features like Look Around make it even more complete compared to the sophisticated Google Maps features. Which fix worked for you here? Do you have own fixes that you want to share? Let us know in the comments.
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