Este artigo vai ensiná-lo a alterar a data do Street View no Google Maps e visualizar imagens passadas usando um navegador de internet no desktop.
How Much Data Does Google Maps Use? | WhistleOut On average, Google Maps uses about 0.67MB of data every 10 miles and 0.73MB of mobile data for every 20 minutes. According to our research, it uses less than Apple Maps but slightly more than Waze. According to our research, it uses less than Apple Maps but slightly more than Waze. Google Maps Not Working On Android 2017 | How To Fix - Women.com To check to see if your cache data is interfering with Google Maps on your Android device, you can clear your cache by going to your device Settings > Applications, then look for Google Maps, tap on it, then select clear data. Redirecting... - analytics.google.com
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How much data does Google Maps use? - ting.com The short answer: Google Maps doesn’t use much mobile data at all when navigating. In our experiments, it’s about 5 MB per hour of driving. Data transparency | Google Safety Center When you use our services – for example, do a search on Google, get directions on Maps, or watch a video on YouTube – we collect data to make these services work better for you. Sign in - Google Accounts Sign in - Google Accounts
When you use Google services, you trust us with data. It is our responsibility to be clear about the data we collect, and how we use it in making our services work better for you. It is our responsibility to be clear about the data we collect, and how we use it in making our services work better for you.