How to Get Free GPS On Your Phone

Save

GPS Navigation is one of the greatest inventions for motorists. This helps you get to where you need to go without fumbling through maps. You simply enter your starting point and destination and let the GPS guide you. Now most of us have cell phones and many of you can have free GPS on your phone but didn't know it was available. Why pay the cell phone company extra money for something that you can get for free. I discovered this and have been using free GPS on my phone for over a year now and let me tell you it is just as good as the Telenav Service I used to pay for. Well follow these instructions and you too will be using GPS on your phone.

Things You'll Need

  • Cell Phone
  • Data plan on cell phone
  • The service runs through Bing, so you will need to go to the Bing search engine. When you search in Bing type in the search phrase "discover Bing". The first entry one the page should be the heading "Discover Bing", and that is the site you want to check out.

  • Once you are on the Discover Bing website there are tabs across the top of the page. You will want to click on the tab that says "Bing for mobile". Now that you are on the mobile part of the page click the "choose mobile phone" dropdown, and select your phone. Simply follow the directions to get the information sent to your phone.

  • Now that you have followed the text link to install the software to your phone run the Bing application.

  • Now that you are in the Bing application you simply click on "Directions", and enter your starting and ending address. Then the software will calculate your route.

  • Once the route is calculated choose the view map option and the select the "Track me using GPS" option.

  • Your phone now will find your GPS location and then give you turn-by-turn directions for no charge

Tips & Warnings

  • Make sure to bookmark this page so you can refer back to it in the future, or share it with friends.
  • Make sure you have a data plan before using mobile GPS
Promoted By Zergnet

Comments

You May Also Like

Related Searches

Check It Out

Geek Vs Geek: Robot battles, hoverboard drag race, and more

M
Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!