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    How to view Google, Apple Maps location history on your iPhone

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    Want to know all places you have gone to with your iPhone? You can easily check all addresses and places you have visited with your iPhone thanks to the location history stored in the device. If you have Location Services on, then iOS will save all places you have visited. If you find this too creepy, you can turn it off by turning off Location Services from the iOS Settings.

    View your iPhone Location History

    1. Go to Settings> Privacy> Location Services
    2. Scroll down and select System Services
    3. In there, you will have a list of all places you have visited with time and date – with the option to turn off this feature as well:

    iPhone Location History

    View your iPhone location history from Google Maps

    If you don’t use the built-in map in iOS 8 – Apple Maps – and use Google Maps instead, you can check the history of all places you have gone to using Google Maps. This can be done following three easy steps:

    1. Open up the Google Maps application
    2. Swipe from left-to-right to open the sidebar options
    3. Scroll down a bit and select Settings
    4. In there, you should the option that says Maps history, select, and all you map location should appear there:

    Google Maps location history iOS 8

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