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[iOS] $0 Navigate to Photo @ App Store

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Navigate to Photo is a convenient way to navigate to any photo taken with location data, with your favorite navigation app, from any app using iOS built-in share sheet!

Just pick up to 5 photos within the Photos app, tap share and choose 'Navigate to Photo'.

Want to visit that nice place you've been to last week, but don't remember how to get there? It's not a problem anymore with Navigate to Photo!

MUST HAVE! Still wondering why this is not a standard iOS functionality. It's never been easier to return to the places you've been to before.

FEATURES:

  • Select up to 5 photos, see all of them on the map simultaneously and navigate to the one of your choice.
  • Innovative auto-detection of navigation apps available on your device.
  • Incredibly easy to set up the list of your favorite navigation apps, which can be re-arranged for your convenience.
  • We strive to keep our list of supported navigation apps as complete as possible. If your favorite navigation app is not on the list, you can request an app added by contacting us within the app.
  • Full iOS 14 and DARK mode support.

LIST OF SUPPORTED NAVIGATION APPS:

  • Apple Maps
  • AutoMapa
  • Citymapper
  • Gaia GPS
  • Guru Maps (Galileo Offline Maps)
  • Garmin U.S.
  • Google Maps
  • HERE WeGo
  • iGo primo
  • Lyft
  • Maps.me
  • MotionX GPS
  • MotionX GPS Drive
  • MotionX GPS HD
  • NAVIGON
  • Navmii GPS (Navfree GPS)
  • Pocket Earth
  • Scout Navigation
  • Sygic Navigation
  • TomTom (only pre-GO Mobile versions are supported)
  • Transit App
  • Uber
  • Waze
  • Yandex.Navigator

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    Would be super handy to take a photo of your car parked somewhere then navigate back to it later. Thanks OP!

    • +1 vote

      Apple Maps already marks the location as soon as you exit CarPlay and leave your car which is helpful

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        Yeah I think Google Maps does the same.

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        Pleasantly discovered years ago Maps does this even with regular Bluetooth.

        In the Maps app, you can get directions to your car. When you disconnect iPhone from your car’s Bluetooth or CarPlay system and exit your vehicle, Maps drops a parked car marker so you can easily find the way back to your car.

        Find your parked car using Maps on iPhone

  • +1 vote

    Thanks i love a freebie