HERE WeGo - Offline Maps & GPS FULL APK Free Download



HERE WeGo is a free app that makes city navigation effortless. With detailed routes, turn-by-turn guidance and information about every way of getting around, it’s the only app you need to get through the city.

Take your car, ride your bike or hop on public transport to get to your destination. If you’re in a hurry, call a taxi or check nearby car clubs. HERE WeGo has recommendations for all the ways you can get around, so you can compare and pick the best one for you.

HERE WeGo tells you everything about your route before you go. You can see the cost for public transport tickets and taxi fares, the traffic delay on any drive — even how flat or hilly your bike ride will be.

On the move, HERE WeGo gets you to your destination with ease. Turn-by-turn voice guidance for drivers keeps you stress-free behind the wheel. If you’re walking or taking public transport, you’ll know every step and every transfer just when you need it.

HERE WeGo means you’ll have alternatives when delays are slowing others down. Live traffic and public transport information keeps you in the know, so you have the flexibility to stay on the go no matter what happens. You can even choose to download maps, so HERE WeGo keeps working if you’re in an area with no signal.

HERE WeGo offers transport information in 1300 cities around the world including: New York City / NYC, San Francisco / SF, London, Berlin, Munich, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, Milan, Vancouver, Toronto, Sydney, Melbourne and many more. Get to where you need to go via subway / metro / underground, bus, bike, train, tram, or ferry.

HERE WeGo has offline maps of the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Canada, Australia and more than 100 other countries around the world. Download the map you want and you’re set!

HERE has partnered with other great companies to give you the best location experience and information to help you get around the city, no matter where are you. Some of our partners include:
- GetYourGuide
- Trip Advisor
- BlaBlaCar
- Expedia
- Car2Go
- Wikipedia
- Hotels Combined

With the help of our partners, you can find the closest points-of-interests (POI) nearby such as ATM machines, restaurants, bars, car parks, gas stations, car clubs, taxi stands, pharmacies, car rentals and local tours.

So where will you go? It's all up to you. Because wherever your destination is, and however you're travelling, HERE is how you get there.

RATING & USER REVIEWS (Taken From Google PlayStore)

4.4 Out Of 5.0

David Chalmers
Update: an update to the New Zealand maps has resolved the issue that I was experiencing, so am very happy to switch back and start recommending this again. Original review: This has been my go-to mapping app, but recently have been more inclined to fire one of the competing apps due to a display bug whereby some tiles in my city disappear and I cannot navigate properly...

Bill Topp
This is clearly a powerful app. However I (68 year old formerly tech savvy) did not at all find it intuitive to use. For instance the first time I tried to use it there were no voiced instructions, just arrows. The second time there was voice, the third time again no voice and different arrow presentation from the first. I could find no menu to control either and swiping did whatever but wasn't intuitive either. I've uniinstalled it and am going to try Waze. btw I've got a Moto-X android phone purchased when that was owned by Google.

Peter Gojdic
Good Good app. But since last update, each day my notification bar ends up with here wg icon with "searching for gps" I did NOT switched it on, neither gps. To make it disappear, i have to tap gps on-off... Are you collecting location data? I turn gps on only when needed. Edit: also im not sure if its bug or, I have had maps downloaded and then i hit update. But i couldnt let it finish so i tap x to cancel update and guess what, all maps deleted! Very cool when u r on ur way... Not reliable anymore​

Usman Burki
I use it always but can improve This is my app of choice while driving (Samsung S7 Edge) but, as compared to Google's similar app it has two areas of improvements (1) movement (car location) as one drives isnt as fluid and real time on map (2) no shortcut to partially mute voice navigation or switch to alerts only. Only option is to either go to settings menu or to completely mute off music sound. This is not good when one is listening to music via bluetooth in car and driving (have to stop car by the side to change setting)
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