Get more useful information from sites by letting them see your location. For example, by sharing your location, you can find food near you faster.
Let a site know your location
If you use Google as your default search engine on your phone, your location is used by default for your searches on Google.
Change your default location settings
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- At the top right, click More Settings.
- Under "Privacy and security," click Site settings.
- Click Location.
- Turn Ask before accessing on or off.
To change the settings for a specific site, learn how to add and edit exceptions.
Using Chrome or a Chromebook at work or school? Your network administrator might set location settings for you. Learn about using a managed Chrome device.
Important: If you're using Chrome on a Mac desktop, you may get a notification that "Location is turned off in your Mac system preferences." To update your computer's location preferences, follow the onscreen instructions.
How Chrome shares your location
If you let Chrome share your location with a site, Chrome sends information to Google Location Services to get an estimate of where you are. Chrome can then share that info with the site that wants your location.