See places you might like in Maps

Google Maps uses information from your device and other Google products to display places you might like.

How Maps chooses places you might like

To choose which places to show you, Google Maps uses data from Google Account settings. To make sure you get suggestions, turn on the settings below.

  • Web & App Activity: This might include your searches, Chrome history, and activity shared by other apps. When this setting is on, you’ll see suggestions to places you searched for recently.
  • Location History: Creates a map of the places you visit when you're signed in to your device. When Location History is on, you'll see suggestions for places you visited.
  • Device Information: Allows Google to know information about your phone, like your contacts, calendar entries, and apps.

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