Instantly view travel time (by car, transit* and/or walking) to your favourite places. Share your arrival time securely to friends and family. In a tap get driving directions in your favourite maps app. As seen on TechCrunch, MacStories, iMore and AppAdvice! ** ETA is your personal assistant providing you with quick access to travel times, transit and driving directions to all your favourite destinations. Driving times to your locations are conveniently presented on a single screen with an indication of current traffic alongside. In a tap you're delivered pre-routed, turn-by-turn driving directions in your favourite navigation app. Travelling by transit? No problems, ETA has you covered. In addition to driving and walking, ETA offers travel time travelling by public transportation (check http://www.apple.com/ios/feature-availability/#transit to see if this feature is available in your area). ETA is simple to use and provides you with the information you need to navigate your city. It's also a great companion to the navigation apps you've come to love (including Apple Maps, Google Maps, Waze, Transit and CityMapper). ETA is available as an iPhone app, a widget in Today View and on your Apple Watch. To allow ongoing updating of the Complication for Apple Watch, ETA needs to operate in the background on your iPhone. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. # Reviews # “[ETA offers] a simpler, faster and generally less cumbersome experience [than maps apps]” - TechCrunch “The app features a beautifully minimal, elegant design that is top notch.” - AppAdvice “This app may be simple, but it is invaluable for people like me who regularly travel across highly trafficked areas.” - iDownloadBlog “It's simple, but it's a really nice way to just glance at travel times without messing around with a maps app.” - Life Hacker “ETA is an extremely useful app that I will use all the time. It's the kind of thing Apple should build into Maps.” - TUAW "While many map apps can give you estimates for a current route, none of them let you save locations as conveniently as ETA does." - iMore # Countries Supported # To calculate travel time ETA requires Apple Maps support for driving directions in your country. Please check the following list to ensure ETA will work in your area: https://www.apple.com/au/ios/feature-availability/#maps-directions To calculate traffic aware travel times ETA requires Apple Maps support for traffic in your country. Please check the following list to ensure traffic is supported in your area: https://www.apple.com/au/ios/feature-availability/#maps-traffic
Useless. It never loads. Waste of $ 👎🏼
Don’t bother if you have a Series 1 watch.
ETA is a great concept. The app does give an eta on my saved destination but it needs work on the Apple Watch Complication. These are my feedback notes and I hope the developer(s) sees them. First, the Complication does not automatically update when I raise my wrist. I have to open the app on the watch, go to the main screen, force press to get the option to refresh. The app will save what screen you are on when you use the Complication but when you leave with the destination screen selected, the only force touch option is “Set Complication”. If we can’t get the functionality to have the Complication update in real time or every minute or every time you raise your wrist, then we need a second force touch option, to force refresh, when you are in a destination screen. Honestly, the ability to have it update automatically in real time is more preferred. Second, in the new Infograph face, what does the numbers mean? The graph for the Complication has min 0 and a variable max. The indicator dot on the graph line does not move. The variable max number does not match the ETA timer. An example, I have a 40 minute commute and the Complication is set to 0 - 13. What is the 13? It’s not miles. I have no idea what the function is for. This needs context. If it was explained, I’m sorry for not seeing it. Third, the developer website only loads the message “Mcrypt PHP extension required.”. This comes off on both Chrome and Safari browsers. I wanted to give my feedback there instead of a review and I couldn’t find a developer email.
It crashes on Apple Watch (won’t start) and the developer site is offline.
I downloaded hoping it’d help me plan trips. It’d be better if you’d show how long it’d take for me to get to my destination at different times, like a trip planner. Right now it’s not useful, I can just use my maps and I wasted $3
It s a great idea but it’s slow to update ETA’s, doesn’t seem to recalculate if you take another route and it won’t work for me unless I have the app open on my phone and on the app and fiddling for my phone while driving to turn on the app to get an update is unsafe a defeats the purpose. It’s a cool ideal but came to be a novelty that I don’t ever use. Great idea but kind of a gimmick, my advice is to save your money.
Used the location tracker to capture my residence and home but the app refuses to save those locations. Tried multiple times finally deleted the app.
Bought this app with the intent of buying the calendar feature since I rely heavily on my calendar. App seems to work fine so far, but everytime I try to make the in app purchase for the calendar feature I’m asked to verify my iTunes account and after verifying never loads to complete the purchase.
Is there an option for calendar event integration to display when you need to leave by to make the appointment? That’s really the only reason I paid for the calendar option and I’m surprised it doesn’t do that. Other than that the app works ok, but there are some UX oversights that don’t make sense. Apple Watch Compilation is not very useful.
Not work in Saudi Arabia. I tried to add my work location. But always the time is (n/a). I'm not sure why but it seems not work here. Seems it uses the Apple Maps app to calculate ETA by the address details not location coordinations. By the way, Apple Maps traffic is working in my country as per the link in the app description.