Google is taking a page out of Apple’s playbook with its new mobile search engine.
The company is introducing its own version of Apple Maps to Google+ for free.
You can use Google Maps to get around the web, search for places, and navigate within the app.
Google said the change was aimed at improving the quality of its mobile search experience.
Google’s new Maps app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store for free and is available to users in a number of countries, including the US, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.
Users can also tap on the Maps icon to open a list of the most popular locations on the map.
The new Google Maps feature will also give users access to more search terms than Apple Maps does right now.
It will let users search for terms like “airbnb,” “bundles,” “airport,” and “airline,” among others.
The change comes after Apple announced it was dropping its own native iOS app for Google Maps for iOS and Android.
Apple announced in June it was discontinuing the Maps app, but the company kept the app around on the iPhone and iPad app stores for some time.
Google is hoping to make use of Google Maps’ new features in its own mobile search.
It has already added search features to its Google+ social network, and it also recently added a search box to its Maps app.
Google Maps is currently available for Android and iOS devices, but it is expected to be launched for the iPhone in the next few months.