FutureTap has also cleverly integrated Streets 3 with Apple Maps. Before starting turn-by-turn directions, tap the Share icon, then Routing Apps; select Route next to the Streets icon, and your destination magically opens inside the app. On iOS 9, it’s equally easy to hop back to Maps.
Now that the bugs have been ironed out over three major iOS updates, I prefer Apple Maps to Google’s own standalone app. If you feel the same way, Streets 3 reinstates the one big feature still missing, and does so with extraordinary style.
Optimized for all iOS device screens, Streets 3 pulls off the impossible by allowing Apple Watch owners to view panoramas on their wrist.
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