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Maps.meOne of the biggest problems travelers face is inconsistent access to a solid internet connection on the road—because of a lack of Wi-Fi, fear of ridiculously high costs of data (I use T-Mobile), etc.—to help guide them around a new place. Well, those same travelers may want to download Maps.me. Maps.me allows you to download any one of its (many) maps before you head out on a trip. Then when you get to your destination, you can access the map, even when there’s no internet connection—meaning you can be totally offline but not stuck in the woods.

Maps.me has maps for all countries and a long list of cities. It claims that with Maps.me, “the entire world is in your pocket—even the smallest islands!” It’s really fast and you can zoom in and zoom out smoothly. Best of all, it’s free and they are available on all the popular platforms (iPhone, Android, Amazon).

Johnny Jet

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