Everyday Life’s small nagging issues:
How to get the GPS Co-ordinates from Google Maps?
1. Type in the location to search in Google Maps.
2. See the drop-pin that points to your desired location? Place your cursor on the pin-tip and right-click, hover over it and a pop-up should give you that locations co-ordinates in decimal.
3. If the pop-up does not appear, right-click the cursor on the pin-tip and select “What’s here”. The co-ordinates in decimal will now appear in the search bar on the top of the map.
4. If that’s (decimal) what you want, you’ve got it. If you want the co-ordinates in degrees, minutes, seconds (DMS), then either manually convert the decimals or use a converter such as
Now you’re ready to use your GPS, whether it reads decimal or DMS.