The official Maps app on iOS and iPadOS keeps getting better. And yet, there are times you might want to open Apple Maps locations in Google Maps.
While you can't change the default mapping app on iOS, you can make it easier to switch to an alternative with a $1.99 utility app called Opener.
The app runs as an action extension from your Share sheet: It was designed initially to open web URLs in their proper apps, but you can also use it to open Apple Maps locations in Google Maps, Waze, or another mapping app of your choice. Here's how to use it!
How to open Apple Maps locations in Google Maps
First, you'll have to set up Opener.
- Download Opener.
- Open Apple Maps.
- Search for a location.
Swipe up on the info screen to reveal the Share button.
- Tap the Share button.
- Choose Opener
Select the option Open Link in Google Maps.
- Tap Open to confirm you want to open the directions in Google Maps.
Choose Start in Google Maps to begin your journey.
Any questions about getting Apple Maps locations to open up in Google Maps? Have you found a quicker, better way to do it? Let us know in the comments.
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