Smartphone has made everyone’s life very easy and compact. There is nothing that the smartphone can not do. It can be used for calling, the internet, games, videos, music, and more. Also of that, some apps can also play the role of a compass for navigation. Regarding Navigation, Google Maps undoubtedly comes on the top. But have you ever measured How Much Data Google Maps Use? If not, then this is the time to do so.

Google Maps is the direction app constructed by Google itself. And, in every Android smartphone, you can find this app as it comes as a pre-installed app. Whenever we are in an unknown place, Google Maps is the one always happy to help us.

Just think about our life if Google Maps is not with us. It’s quite difficult for us to get the direction of an unknown place. But, thanks to Google for giving such great service.

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How Much Data does Google Maps use?

We have found this question on Reddit, “How much data does Google Maps use for a 4-hour trip?” and we thought to create an article about this. Here, we will mention the amount of data that Google Maps use per specified time.

  • 6 MB data will be used/10 minutes of Google Maps use
  • 18 MB data will be used/30 minutes of Google Maps use
  • 36 MB data will be used/60 minutes of Google Maps use

The above-listed data is the data usage of Google Maps per time.

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Now, why do you need to know about it?

So, many users still use the old smartphone with 3, 2, and lower OS. Some users also use lower data plans like 100 MB, 200 MB, or 500 MB per month. So, for those users, it is essential to know which apps are using more data.

This measurement does not affect the users who are using 1 GB or more data per day. The use of Google Maps does not make a higher impact. So, keep using it.

See also: How much data does Amazon Prime use per Hour

Mukesh Chauhan
Mukesh Chauhan is an Engineering Student, who loves to write about technology and gadgets. Currently he is studying and working as an Editor on