By Tomohiro Ohsumi | Updated Jan 25, 2018 10:08:59Google is testing the Google Maps app in Japan, and is reportedly working on a version that works on smartphones and tablets.
The company announced the plans on Monday.
Google Maps was introduced in the country in October 2017.
Google is also testing a version for the iPhone and iPad.
Google plans to launch the version on both smartphones and smartphones and iPads in 2019.
Google was founded by Sergey Brin in 1995.
It is the dominant search engine in the world and has an estimated global user base of 40.5 billion.
It also operates in over 60 countries.
Google Maps was launched in Japan in October.
Google has said it plans to expand its offerings in the region in the next few years.
In October, the company said it was looking to add more than 150 new cities in Japan by 2020.
Google also launched a “city search” service in Japan.
Google maps has a map of Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Hiroshima, Kyoto, Sapporo, Tokyo and other cities.
Google is also developing a smartphone version.
The service would work similarly to Google Maps, but would work with smartphones and would be more focused on navigation.
The new version will launch later this year.