The picture-in-picture mode is one of the crown features on Android Oreo. There are numbers of apps like YouTube, WhatsApp, and Google Maps are supporting PiP mode on Android Oreo devices. Hence you can to continue doing your other worthy work while using these apps.
However, numerous users have reported that picture-in-picture mode is not working after updating the latest Android Oreo 8.0. But, the thing is people are not aware of how to enable and use PiP mode. Considering this, we have prepared a simple guide on how to use Picture-in-Picture mode in Google Maps on Android Oreo device to keep your eyes on the road while checking other stuff. Let’s dive into the process!
How to Use Google Maps’ Picture-in-Picture mode on Android Oreo 8.0 or Later
Note: Make sure that you have installed the latest version of Google Maps app from the Google Play Store on your device running stable Android Oreo 8.0 or later update.
Step #1. Open the Google Maps app on your Android Oreo running Phone.
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It was easy-peasy to enable and use the picture in picture mode in Google Maps on Android Oreo. Hope you have properly followed the procedure and now enjoying Google Maps’ picture-in-picture mode on your Android phone. If you have started using picture-in-picture in Google Maps, then we would love to know your experience in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.