After Android Go, an Android Oreo version for phones with less than 1 GB of RAM memory, Google kept busy and the company is also adding Lite versions of its main apps.
Recommended for Android Go devices but also compatible with other Android versions, Google Maps Go reduces the storage space you need to install the app and the mobile traffic required to use it. Based on the Progressive Web App format, the app is basically a container for the web version of the Google Maps service, adapted to work with slower internet connections.
Google Maps Go is compatible with the Nearby feature supported on Android Go devices, and it can send downloaded maps to other devices that do not have an internet connection, via Bluetooth.
The Google Maps Go app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store on devices running Android 4.1 or newer.