Maps on Apple Watch is probably one of those apps you only open when you really need it. Maybe you need directions or want to look up a recent spot. But you can explore Maps on Apple Watch just like you would on your iPhone or Mac.
Of course you can do things like see your spot on a map if you’re traveling and in an unfamiliar location. But you can also get the hours or phone number for a nearby business or check out one of the curated city guides introduced with iOS 14.
Make the most of the Maps app on your Apple Watch with these helpful tips.
Residents of Hong Kong can now use Apple Maps to get transit directions via the built-in Maps app on their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Apple Watch.
Apple Maps now offers transit directions in major cities across France, Spain, Germany and possibly a few other European countries.
The Apple Maps app is a super handy tool that you likely use on your iPhone more than anywhere else. For getting directions, it makes perfect sense. But, the Maps app on Mac offers some great features as well, like one to send directions straight to your iPhone.
If you’re new to Mac, we’ll show you how to use that feature along with a host of the others you might not know about. Here’s how to make the most of the Apple Maps app on your Mac.
With iOS 13, Apple brought an array of new features to the Maps app. You can use Look Around for a 360-degree street view, create Collections of places you want to visit, and more. Along with these cool features is the ability to share your estimated time of arrival (ETA) with your contacts.
The new ETA sharing ability is terrific for letting those you’re meeting with know when you will arrive. Plus, if you run into a delay on your way, they’ll receive an update. This short tutorial shows you how to share your ETA in Apple Maps on iPhone and iPad.
Apple's expanded availability of transit directions on its mapping service in many US states and international markets while bringing indoor maps to additional shopping malls and airports.
Apple has expanded availability of transit directions in its Maps app for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch to four European markets: Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
As Apple continues to expand coverage of transit directions and indoor maps for its mapping service, the latest expansion has brought transit directions to half a dozen new locales while indoor maps are now available at additional airports.
Apple Maps for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch now serves transit information in Switzerland. Additionally, indoor maps are now available for the city of Zurich's airport.
watchOS 5 brings some tweaks to the Maps app on your wrist, like choosing to show or optionally hide Maps when using Apple Watch stepping directions. For those times when you might want to toggle off this feature, follow the instructions in this step-by-step tutorial.
Apple Maps has expanded availability of transit directions to include select areas of Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Michigan, according to the iOS Feature Availability webpage.
Google's Maps app for iPhone and iPad was updated on App Store earlier this morning with an all-new accessibility option in the form of wheelchair information available in supported cities.