Maps & Navigation

Best GPS Apps

  • Google Earth

    Google Earth invites you to explore the world with a single touch from your mobile devices. There's no exaggeration to call it a must-have for any people of this era because you can see a splendid satellite view of famous landmarks, broad plains, lofty mountains and your own home - all with elaborate details.
  • Uber

    Update on May 15, 2020

    As parts of the United States began to reopen for business, Uber has rolled out some new regulations to protect its drivers and riders. Both drivers and riders are required to wear a mask or face covering. If you happen to meet a driver who doesn't follow the regulation measures, you can cancel the trip without any penalties. What's more, a new tag "no face cover or mask" has been added. Someone with this tag will be followed by Uber. 
  • Google Maps

    Google Maps, developed by Google, Inc., is a free app that helps you to navigate and explore your world easier and faster. It provides the services of electronic maps including the detailed photos of the satellite.
  • Google Street View

    Outside of Google Maps, Google now introduces a standalone Street View app to let you explore and capture numerous places in 360-degrees. Launched in 2007, Google Street View is previously a technology rolled in Google Maps and Google Earth which provides panoramic views of worldwide streets.
  • Flightradar24 - Flight Tracker

    Flightradar24 is a superb tracker of flight that displays air traffic live throughout the world. The app will magically turn your device into an air traffic radar through which you can see all planes around the world move in real-time on a detailed map. Furthermore, you can point your Android device at a plane in the sky to find out where it’s going. Flightradar24 combines data from a couple of data sources including ADS-B, MLAT, and radar data.
  • Bolt

    We’d like to present you a location-sharing application with wonderful features: Hulahoop.
  • Uber Driver

    Another app offered by Uber Technologies, allowing users to ride instead. Sign up to drive first at partners.uber.com to get a start. And then upload your vehicle documents and download this app.
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