If you have ever played with the Google search page, you might know they have special things you can download on your cell phone. All you need is a computer, and a phone with internet.
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Step 1: Sending the Message to Your Phone
On the google home page, there are a few tabs such as videos, images, etc. Click on the one labeled MORE and a tab will pop out. click on EVEN MORE. Once you're on that page, scroll down to MAPS FOR MOBILE. click SEND TO PHONE. Enter your phone # and select your country. then click SEND A MESSAGE TO YOUR PHONE.
------------Here's the link to the page- lwww.google.com/mobile/maps/--------------
Step 2: Downloading the File
The message sent to your phone is a hyperlink. Click on it. A new page will come up. Click INSTALL NOW. this will be downloaded to your applications folder on your phone.
Step 3: Using the GPS
A map should appear on your phone. Press the button on your phone under MENU. Select get directions. Type in your starting location and your ending location then press GET DIRECTIONS.
And there you have it, FREE NAVIGATION!!!!!!! Also, you can change the type of map, save favorites, and even see traffic! Also, if you have a phone pictured on the Google maps for mobile page, start up google maps on your phone and in the menu tab , click HELP. Scroll down to my location(Beta) and select it. Google maps will locate your Position with a blue dot. With this, you don't have to find a street sign and type it in. I hope you found this page useful and thank you for checking this out. made 4/13/2010 Google