Apple has been on a bit of a tear when it comes to adding transit information to Apple Maps, and the trend continues with another major city in the United States gaining support.
Apple has been on a bit of a tear when it comes to adding transit info for select cities and regions all across the globe recently into Apple Maps.
Apple Maps continues to add new features, and with the latest update, it’s a sweeping feature addition for a range of countries.
Google has updated its Maps app for iOS to add a number of nice new features that hope to improve your commute. In addition to a useful Travel Times widget for Notification Center, the update brings the ability to share directions with friends, a night mode, and more.
Soon after confirming the date for WWDC 2016 on Monday, Apple published a new webpage that teases its annual event. Within it, visitors will find an embedded Apple Map that shows the event’s locations — and suggests a public MapKit API for the web could be coming soon.
Apple has been steadily updating its Maps app for transit information in a variety of locations recently, bringing yet another populated area into the fold.
Transit information first arrived within Apple Maps with the launch of iOS 9, and since then Apple has been expanding its functionality all around the globe.
Back when Apple released iOS 9, transit directions within the stock Maps app was one of the defining features. And it continues to get better through large and small updates.
Apple continues to expand the features within its proprietary Maps app, adding yet another set of countries to the list of supported areas, while also adding new Flyover locations for good measure.
Living in Los Angeles has taught me one thing. There is nothing more essential to avoid traffic than having numerous alternate routes. While, I would love to tell you that I have all the possible shortcuts memorized – I don’t. While Apple Maps has vastly improved over the years, I am 100 percent loyal to Google Maps. One huge reason – offline maps.