Apple's Maps app came to OS X by way of iOS when OS X Mavericks debuted in 2013. The app enables you to to plot point to point directions, observe traffic conditions, and can even suggest alternate routes in a pinch. In addition to standard 2D street maps, you can view maps in 3D, and even use Apple's Flyover feature, which shows you where you're going in photorealistic 3D. You can toggle between pedestrian and driving directions. When you're ready to leave, you can share the directions you've plotted out with your iPhone using a quick button click. What's more, Maps is integrated into other applications, like Calendar, helping you to adjust your meeting times to accommodate travel time.
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