How to use Maps in Apple Watch

How to use Maps in Apple Watch

Among many notable features of Apple Watch included the Apple Maps with utmost offerings and new look. Apple Maps on the Apple Watch include all the key features that are experienced on other Apple devices. For instance you can check your location, search map, look for direction, find or zoom areas and can do much more.

Almost all of the features of Apple Maps seem nice and useful for most of its users but there are some most used features. These include the location and directions info and the easy way the Maps provide the info to its users. Additionally while using the Maps on your Apple Watch it can tell you the direction without looking at your iPhone.

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Here in short lines we will tell you the way to enable the feature and get directions right on your Watch. Hopefully you will also get a better way to interest with Apple Maps on the Apple Watch.


Apple Watch gives you multiple ways to reach Maps apart from taping its icon. You can also open it by asking the Siri to open Maps. Also by tapping any location address or by swiping up on clock face will lead you to Maps.

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First info you will get after opening the Maps app is about your current location showed in blue spot. From here to zoom double tap on watch face or use the Digital Crown. You can also find a blue area with white arrow to get back to your location. A light tap for two seconds will drop a pin on any location you want.

To get directions on the Maps you can use the Force Touch function. After force touch on clock face you will get a two option. It allows you to get directions through search or from contacts. By both of options we can simple set a starting and ending location and you will find direction in results.

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