Apple Maps is the best way to navigate and explore the world - all with your privacy protected.

What’s New:
• Detailed city maps display elevation, landmarks, crosswalks and turn lanes, 3D views to navigate complex interchanges, and more on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and later in San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York, and London, with more cities coming in the future.
• Immersive walking directions show step-by-step guidance in augmented reality on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and later in San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, San Diego, New York, and London.
• Updated transit experience provides one-tap access to departures near you, makes it easy to see and interact with your route using one hand, and notifies you when approaching your stop.
• Redesigned place cards make it easy to learn about and interact with places, and a new home for Guides editorially curates the best recommendations for places you’ll love.
• Interactive 3D globe shows enhanced details for mountain ranges, deserts, forests, oceans, and more on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and later.

Get around with ease.
• Use voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation for driving, cycling, or walking.
• Get real-time transit schedules and directions via subways, buses, trains, and ferries.
• Check real-time traffic conditions, incidents, and road closures.
• See speed limits for the road you’re driving on and get guidance on which lane you should be in before your next move.
• Report incidents in the Maps app and see incidents reported by other users, including accidents, hazards, and speed checks.
• See when you’re approaching speed and red-light cameras along your route.
• Get cycling directions to route along bike lanes, paths, and roads while taking elevation and busy streets into account.
• Plan your drive or transit journey by choosing a future departure or arrival time.
• Glance at the Lock screen for turn-by-turn navigation, transit directions, and Time to Leave notifications.
• Find your parked car and get directions to it.

Discover and interact with places.
• Look up information about places, including hours, photos, ratings, reviews, and support for Apple Pay.
• Search and browse by category, including food, drink, shopping, and more.
• Rate and add photos to places you’ve visited in Maps
• Discover great places to eat, shop, and explore with curated Guides from trusted brands.
• Make restaurant reservations, dial phone numbers, and open websites directly from within Maps.
• Browse through detailed indoor maps for hundreds of malls and airports worldwide.
• Add the places you visit often to your Favorites for quick and easy navigation.
• Ask Siri to find places you’d like to go.

Visit new places without leaving home.
• Explore select cities with Look Around, which offers a ground-level, high-resolution, interactive 3D experience.
• View major cities around the world from the air with photo-realistic, interactive 3D views using Flyover.

Use any of your devices.
• Access your favorite places from your Mac, iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch using iCloud.
• Use Maps with your car’s display in your CarPlay-equipped vehicle.
• Use Maps with your Apple Watch to get taps on your wrist when it’s time to make a turn.
• Plan your trips on your Mac and share them with Maps on your iOS device.

Availability and features may vary by country or region.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
4.6K Ratings

4.6K Ratings

Saintmars ,

Rural and suburban areas still left out

I see the amazing progress made for California and New York megacites—very impressive, I won’t lie—meanwhile, the same problems we’ve always had with Apple Maps in the Sourh and Midwest, continue to persist. Directions to the wrong places. Requesting illegal u-turns and other maneuvers that would get us ticketed. House numbers and precise locations in rural/suburban areas can be up to miles off, depending.

I’m not sure I understand. Apple Maps has had years, years, and years to develop an intelligent maps app, while giving customers reliability in place locations and road maneuvers. Google maps and Waze can make the “flyover country” work, why can’t Apple? Are they stretched thin on the design team or something? If so, get them some more developers and give those of us out here where your food comes from the same amount of accuracy you’d find in Downtown San Francisco! I was so excited for the redesign. Unfortunately, unless you live in a major urban area, it’s a slap of paint on an old heather. It’s sad.

Jhermano ,

Actually difficult to use for Apple and glitchy

It seems like someone at apple thought they were smarter than the users and being helpful when it turns out the app can be a huge pain to use for anything but basic navigation. They made the address too sticky so that it is a real challenge to have the app forget that address so I can enter a new address. Forget about adding any stop you want along the way too. I cannot figure out how to enter what I want instead of the standard list of generic places apple allows. How do I go from A to B but stop at my friends house along the way? Lately, the app has too many occasions when it thinks I am off the road, literally off in the woods along the side of the highway, or going east when I am heading north and it gets confused telling me to go places that are completely wrong. All this happens in the middle of a trip not during some adjustments to it - pretty bad for such a smart system. I do like the newer features that track traffic but I hate that it tries to detour me around it automatically - I know that might be helpful BUT don’t do it unless I give permission!! There might be another reason I took that route and I can handle the traffic. Please do not think too much for me as a user and restrict what I can do or make choices without asking. Instead, give me the options and tools I need to solve problems, then be helpful with suggestions along the way.

Cmart_96 ,

New Update Ruined an Average App

Apple Maps was never a great navigation app in my experience: it constantly lags/crashes if your phone is in the sun for more than 10 minutes, the voice navigation waits until last minute to tell you to make a turn/exit and suddenly you find yourself at a crossroads: either miss the turn/exit and accept being late, or Tokyo drift your way back on course. However, any redeemable qualities it once had its now lost with the newest iOS update.

One of the few decent things about the app was that it gave you 3 volume options for the navigation voice over (high, medium, low). Since the update, the ability to manage the volume of the navigation voice has seemingly been removed; instead, you now have 3 pointless options (on, silence, only announce emergency update). Jamming to your favorite song as you’re cruising down the interstate? Well, you better hope there aren’t any updates along the way because the navigation voice will violate your eardrums without any remorse, and now there’s no option to lower the voice without lowering your music too. It baffles me how they managed to make the app even worse than it was.

App Privacy

The developer, Apple, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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