QuickMap for Google Map
Developer: Judhajit Ray
Current Version: 1.2.1
Last Updated: 21 days ago
Download Size: 2.2 MB - Download
QuickMap for Google Map lets you access Google Maps and all its functionalities into a highly responsive application from where users can search for different locations easily. Discover and get around new places with Google Street view images.
- Open app from Status menu bar icon.
- Start from where you left after closing pop view from status menu bar.
- Highly responsive app layout that loads maps quickly.
- Play with app opacity
- Do every bit of Google Maps on this app.
- Open multiple windows and browse more.
- Automatically open app from
QuickMap for Google Map is one of those few apps in the Mac App Store that have successfully optimized Google Maps into a Mac Application. It is a must have app for every Mac user who wants to get quick access to Google Maps without having to do anything with Web Browsers. So, download it today and never forget an event to attend.
Note: QuickMap for Google Map is an online application. To open the app, you will need to have a working internet connection so that the app can load its contents. Please make sure you are connected to wifi or ethernet before opening the app.
Disclaimer: Google Inc. was not associated with the development of the app. All the Google Logo, name, artworks are property of their respective owners.
- Crash issues fixed.
- Other minor bug fixes.
- Improved version.
Most Helpful Reviews
The best Google Map app in the app store - It has never been this easy to check maps on my Mac. Its always just a click away. It loads the map data surprisingly fast. I love watching street view imageries of defferent places. This is one of the reason i use this app. There is one minor flaw which should be fixed. It does not open from where I left last time. Otherwise a great map app.
Needs a lot of work - This is google maps on a separate app. But it does not function smoothly. 1. Difficult to get to full screen. 2. Asks you to sign in, but still doesn’t use that information. It still needs a lot of work.