How To Download Minecraft Pocket Edition Maps On Your iOS Or Android Device

Here’s how to download MCPE Maps IPA and APK for Minecraft Pocket Edition on iOS 10 and Android devices. There’s no jailbreak or root required for this, and it’s a wonderful extension for those who regularly play Minecraft PE.

It really isn’t a great secret that the Minecraft community is made of up of extremely dedicated hardcore gamers who want to explore any avenue possible to enhance and build upon that experience.

This Maps for Minecraft PE app is definitely one of those avenues, offering a plethora of maps for Minecraft players to make use of. There’s a huge collection of maps available in the app, each with images and information attached to show the user exactly what they are getting. It’s then a case of simply opting to download the map to finalize the process and make the map available for use in Minecraft.

For those with an Android device, the process here is actually as straightforward as it can be. Simply head on over to the direct download link on Google Play Store to install the Maps for Minecraft PE app directly to your device as per the usual process. You can then instantly get to grips with the functionality included, which basically involves selecting an available map, and instantly downloading it.

As you might imagine, due to Apple’s rules and restrictions on the App Store, things are a little trickier where iOS is concerned. This is one of those instances where you are going to need to download the MCPE Maps IPA from here, before actually going through the process of sideloading the app onto the device.

If you have a Mac machine and want to use Xcode 7 or higher to perform that process, then you can follow our previous guide on the topic here: How To Sideload iOS Apps Without Jailbreak Using Xcode 7 For Free. Alternatively, if you prefer the simplicity of Cydia Impactor, then we have a walkthrough of that process here: Sideload iOS Apps On Windows, Mac With Cydia Impactor Without Jailbreak, Here’s How.

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