Map Distance Meter – Map Distance Meter allows you to measure distance or area size on the map.

Map Distance Meter

Map Distance Meter allows you to measure distance or area size on the map.

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This application allows you to measure the length of a path on the map. You can also measure the size of an area on the map.

Measure distance:
Create the path by tapping the map. Different modes of path creating are available: direct, driving, walking and bicycling. Direct mode draws straight lines between points. Driving, walking and bicycling modes are able to find and follow roads between points. Driving mode finds routes using the roads network. Walking mode uses pedestrian paths and sidewalks (where available). Bicycle mode uses bicycle tracks and preferred streets (this is currently available only in US). Distance between first and last point is shown on the top of the screen.

Measure area:
On preferences screen, choose Area in Measure Distance or Area. Create the area by tapping the map. Size of an area and the perimeter are shown on the top of the screen.

It is possible to get your current location. It is also possible to save and load routes and to export routes in GPX format.

Internet access is required. Choose between metric and imperial distance units.

Use this application only for informational purposes. Do not use it for making important decisions.

Please report bugs if found. Improvement suggestions are welcome.

See more information: googleplaystoreapks.com

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