How To Get GPS Coordinates From Online Maps With Just One Click


Have you ever found a spot using online maps and wanted to send the latitude and longitude to your GPS?

I’ve gotten that question a lot recently and the good news is that it’s very simple!

I’ll show you exactly how to do that in this video with both Google and Bing maps.

Check it out below.

Getting GPS Coordinates From Online Maps [VIDEO]

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To get GPS coordinates from Google maps, just click on a spot on the map and the coordinates will pop up on the bottom.

To get GPS coordinates from Bing maps, just right-click and the coordinates will pop up.

It’s that easy!

Have any question about using online maps?

Let me know in the comments below!

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Gary Rankel
1 year ago

Hey Luke…….good stuff. I prefer getting the coordinates on Google Earth which constantly displays them as you move the cursor around. No need to click every time you want the info.

Hope everyone is observing safe social fishtancing while they’re paddling and boating around.

David Stoots
1 year ago

I didn’t write down the coordinates, but it would be interesting to see if all three sources (Google, Google Earth/Pro, and Bing) give you the exact same coordinates for the same spot.


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