Allow Google to Use Your Location on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, JellyBean, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. Today, I'm going to show you how you can allow Google to use your location, on the Google application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, we need to unlock our phone by pressing the Lock button on the side, or the Home button at the bottom.
Swipe, and we can enter our passcode or use our fingerprint scanner.
We need to find our "Google" icon, which is the blue and white one with the lowercase Google "g".
Also, we need to find "Settings".
It's the gray icon with some dark gray gears in the center.
First, we're going to go to our "Settings", so tap on the gray icon once to open up the "Settings" menu.
Then we'll scroll down until we find our applications.
"Google" should be close to the beginning of the list, so we can just tap on "Google", when we find it.
Our first option is "Location", indicated by a blue box on the left-hand side.
At the moment, it says "Never".
We'll just click on the bar.
Then we can select for it to allow location "While Using the App", or "Always". The blue check mark on the right will just move to whichever one we click on.
We can go back by pressing "Google" at the top left corner.
Then press "Settings" in the same spot.
Now, we're back on our "Settings" window.
Press the Home button to get back to the screen where we have our "Google" app.
Click on the "Google" app.
Our location is allowed if we're searching using the maps, for example.
This is a VisiHow video, and I've just shown you how you can allow Google to use your location on the Google application on the iPhone 6.
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Video: Allow Google to Use Your Location on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: JellyBean, Freya