Take Me There — Get Directions Fast.

Take Me There — Get Directions Fast.

By Developing Perspective, LLC

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2015-06-01
  • Current Version: 1.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 696.00 kB
  • Developer: Developing Perspective, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 17 Ratings

Description

Take Me There lets you effortlessly get directions to your most frequented locations. Simply add your favorite places to the Take Me There list and then instantly get directions at the touch of a button. Awesome right? But where it really shines on Apple Watch! On Apple Watch we provide the simplest possible way to get directions. Raise your wrist, choose a location, get moving. Couldn't be simpler. Open and GO! On iPhone you can get directions using Apple Maps, Google Maps or Waze.

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Reviews

  • Almost

    3
    By Atrayu13
    Adding 3D Touch and a Notification Center widget would instantly make this a 5-star app.
  • Very Useful and Well Done App

    5
    By Cindyloux4
    This little app beautifully implements a great feature both Google and Apple left out of their mapping apps. One suggestion: the "map snapshots" of the saved destinations don't add a great deal of value for me. I'd be happier with bold text listing the name of each destination, thus displaying more destinations without scrolling.
  • Fast and useful!

    5
    By Mayor Curley
    For my job, I often travel to ~40 locations. Many have similar names, which trips up Siri. This simple and well designed app is exactly what I needed. It took some time to put all the locations in, but now that it's set up, I love it, and so far it has worked flawlessly. Can't wait to try it on the watch, too.
  • Simple and useful

    5
    By REA III
    Another nifty underscore app.
  • Horrible search results

    2
    By Robot Bigfoot
    I searched for "subway" and all the results are in New York City. I searched for "IKEA" and got Germany. I searched for "Apple Store" and got Texas. I live in Oregon. These results are useless!
  • Missing Two Key Features

    3
    By therealrlh
    I really like this simple concept. I wish this app was available two weeks ago for my trip to San Francisco. But it’s missing two key features for saving pins: 1) a button for “here”- I want to easily pin my current location so I can get back to it later (think rental car lot), and 2) why doesn’t search include contents of my address book? Neither of these features would undermine the simplicity but greatly enhance the utility.
  • Integration with Google Maps doesn't work

    3
    By utrph77004
    I saved my work address. I only activated Google Maps in the settings. When I tap on favorite of my work address, it immediately launches Apple Maps, even though Apple Maps is turned off in the settings.
  • Only opens Apple Maps...

    3
    By DaJaHa
    ... even when I've disabled it in settings and also when I allow it but specifically select Google Maps. I don't have a Watch, so that's not the source of the problem.
  • Very good idea

    5
    By Shebs66
    I like this app a great deal. Especially used from my watch, but I can see this becoming a go to directions app from the iPhone also. Assume this is just the start and you will be adding more and more features. Siri would be great. Option to just have a list without the maps showing which take time on the watch to draw. Add a view to just check traffic near where you are at. Etc ...
  • Looks promising

    5
    By One of few words
    Nice app should be very helpful on Apple Watch. Seems to be working well so far. A couple of suggestions for updates: was not obvious how to use a custom name for locations, e.g "Bob's Office" rather than just showing the address after a search (you need to edit what shows as the address after adding it since the address will be used as the default for the location name - the real map address will still be kept). If custom names are added then it would be great if Siri integration can also be used to speak request such as "take me to Bob's office" using Siri on the watch.

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