In Where To? 12.3, we added 30 additional micromobility providers:

With these additions, we now support a total of 181 shared bike and scooter providers worldwide.

In the Where To? 12.3 update we also fixed issues involving subscriptions and the new Where To? PRO perpetual license.


In Where To? 12.2, we added several more micromobility providers:

We also expanded city coverage of the existing providers. And in terms of public transport directions, we now support moBiel (๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช) and libรฉA (๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท).

Pay once, use forever: In addition to a subscription, Where To? PRO is now also available as a perpetual license.

The Where To? 12.2 update also comes with performance and stability improvements.


More Micromobility

Shared bikes scooters
By popular request, we added a new “Shared Bikes & Scooters” category under “Travel & Transportation” in this update. When selecting it, you will be shown all nearby bikes & scooters from multiple providers.

We also added 10 more providers in Germany, the US, the UK, New Zealand, France, and Argentina (Call a Bike, MVG Rad, Sigo, StadtRad Lรผneburg, Veoride, Cycle Hire Slough, Mobi Bikes, Blip, Zoov, Mi bici tu bici). If you’re missing a provider in your city, please let us know!

The Where To? 12.1 update also fixes Voice Over issues and comes with other bugfixes and stability improvements.


Whereto micromobility jpgWhere To? 12 is all about micromobility: Select a destination and go there using shared bikes, scooters and e-mopeds. It’s spring time in the northern hemisphere – time to leave the car at home and ride to your destination the green way!

In its bicycle directions view, Where To? 12 now lets you choose “Own Bike” or one of the available providers for your city. More than 120 bike & scooter providers are supported worldwide, serving 700+ cities in 47 countries. Be it Bird, Tier, nextbike or any other, just select a provider and the nearby vehicles and return locations are shown on the map. The nearest bike or scooter is selected automatically. Feel free to pick a different one according to your needs. Your complete route, consisting of walking and riding parts, is calculated, including an estimate of the total duration.

Like the convenience of electric bikes & scooters? The battery range of electric vehicles is displayed* and marked in red if the range is too short for your planned trip. On station-based systems, the number of available bikes or free docks per station is displayed. For bigger shopping tours, Where To? also integrates cargo bicycles and e-mopeds.

Booking the bike or scooter couldnโ€™t be easier: With a single tap, the third party micromobility app is launched or installed.

Shared bikes and scooters are a great way to get hassle- and emission-free from A to B. With so many providers on the market, it just can be a bit overwhelming to select the right service โ€“ especially when youโ€™re out of your home town. Where To? now makes it super-convenient to hop on the next scooter or bike โ€“ no matter which brand.

Also in the v12 update: we now support the “Bike Citizens” app for bicycle directions and tracking.

Download Where To? 12 and start your free 7-day Where To? PRO trial today!

* if provided by the operator.


Streets 4 7News from Streets, our Street View browser app: With indoor 360ยฐ panoramas becoming more and more popular, some users find it hard to focus just on the street view. Streets 4.7 addresses this with a new option “Prefer outside panoramas”. When enabled, placing a pin or moving the mini map searches for outside street view panoramas primarily and resorts to indoor panoramas only if there’s no nearby street imagery.

The update also improves “Open in Streets”. The share sheet extension considerably expands the supported apps. You can now view nearby panoramas in Streets from apps like Yelp, Waze or Google Maps.

Streets 4.7 now requires iOS 12.0 or newer.

We hope you like the Streets 4.7 update and are always grateful for your โญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธ reviews!


In Where To? 11.3 we added COVID-19 vaccination sites. Some countries keep such locations secret (for whatever strange reason), so we’re dependent on publicly available information. If you find any incorrect or missing information (also for COVID testing sites and any other category), please keep your edit suggestions coming! To suggest new locations, drop a new pin by long-pressing on the map and use the context menu (“Suggest New Place”) or scroll down in the list view. Let’s work together and share our collective wisdom!



Favorite directions appIn the latest 11.1.1 update, available today, we added compatibility with inRoute, a navigation app especially appealing to motorcycle riders. Simply choose inRoute from the list of apps. The start and destination points are automatically transferred to inRoute.

Tip: you can open your favorite navigation app even faster by selecting it as a favorite. The favorite app is automatically opened when you long-press the directions button. It’s also listed in the context menu of the place in map or list view.

The latest update also improves “Open Location in Where To?“, the extension for the share sheet that allows you to open places from other apps in the Where To? app. The feature is now supported for more apps and websites, including inRoute and Open Street Map.

And as always, we infused this update with a healthy dose of bug fixes and small improvements. Enjoy!


Where To? car navigationWe have improved automobile directions in Where To? 11.1: the ETA includes additional time for traffic, for each route alternative a traffic density information is shown and the route path displays congestions in orange or red colors.

For public transport riders, we support a number of new apps:

And finally, we delivered bug fixes and improvements in directions, “Open in Where To?” and “Suggest an edit”.

Download Where To? 11.1 for free on the App Store and consider to give us a hug with a โญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธ rating!


AR in Where To? 11Where To? 11 is the biggest update in its history. We added a ton of new features and moved to a freemium business model (more on that later).

The new Augmented Reality (AR) view visualizes nearby locations in the live camera view, on top of reality. You can point your iPhone at the street scene and view nearby shops and services without having to read a map or list. AR in Where To? works worldwide and is not restricted to a few supported cities as in the Apple Maps app.

You can can now organize your favorite places in collections, for example for an upcoming trip. You can also import collections from KML, KMZ or GPX files and share them with friends.

Navigating to a selected place is easier than ever with Where To? 11: Along with the option to get directions from more than 60 supported third party apps, the integrated wayfinder is more prominent and now also offers public transport directions, in addition to the existing car, bike and pedestrian routing.

Being a first class citizen on iOS, Where To? 11 supports dark mode, adds context menus in various places, and improves its Siri integration by letting you install a โ€œSearch nearbyโ€ Siri shortcut. When speaking the activation phrase, Siri refines the question by asking for the category you want to search for.

Widgets in Where To? 11Where To? 11 also adds configurable home screen widgets in various types and sizes. So you can show selected or the last viewed places or categories right on your home screen.

Also new in version 11 is the share sheet extension โ€œOpen Location in Where To?โ€. It detects addresses in text or websites but also opens places from other apps. As an example, you can open places from travel apps such as Booking.com, OpenTable or Foursquare and save them in a collection. The Maps apps from Apple, Google, and others are supported, too. It also works for many websites with place information and text selections with addresses.

On the content level, Where To? 11 adds price ranges, home delivery options for restaurants, increases the number of locations with menus and reservation options and supports photos in reviews.

New business model

Where To? is now free to download and the standard feature set is free. A Where To? PRO subscription is available at $2.99/year (or $0.99/quarter) with a one week free trial. The subscription is required for the following premium features: AR, directions, favorites & collections and location reminders. If you’ve purchased Where To? 7.x – 10.x, we thank you for being a loyal customer and give you a free, lifetime Where To? PRO subscription automatically.

As a free download, it’s now easier than ever to give Where To? a try as an alternative for your location finding needs. Remember, we’re putting a strong focus on user privacy and donโ€™t create any user tracking profiles. Weโ€™re not in the business to sell your data!

If you like the new features of Where To? 11, please consider showing your appreciation with a lovely rating in the App Store. Thank you so much!

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