ETA is your personal travel assistant letting you track the time it takes to travel to all your frequently visited destinations. Link ETA with your favourite maps app and get turn-by-turn directions and detailed transit information in a flash.
Available for iPhone, Apple Watch and iMessage
ETA shows you the travel time and arrival time to all your locations. Also added is a handy beacon outlining the current traffic condition on route.
Need directions? Simply double tap the travel icon and your favourite maps app will launch with the route plotted and turn-by-turn directions ready to go!
Travel time, traffic reporting and two taps to directions are available on your wrist with ETA for Apple Watch.
Further detail for any of your locations is available when needed.
View information on alternative routes, browse a large map of the journey or simply access a recommendation on when best to travel.
In select cities ETA displays travel time via public transit. Compare with walking and driving times to know the quickest way to get you to your destination.
Public transit information is also available on ETA for Apple Watch
If you're a current owner of ETA and need support then check out our tips and tricks on how to get the best from the app. If you're having issues then don't hesitate to send us an email or tweet at us on Twitter. We normally respond within 24 hours.
Privacy and Security
All contact and location information is stored locally on your phone. No personal information is transmitted or stored on our servers.
Basic usage information is captured with Google Analytics and app crash data is logged with Crashlytics.
Each annual iOS release heralds a raft of new features and overall improvements. iOS 13 is no different. One of the many highlights of this release is the inclusion of some fantastic measures to enhance user privacy.
It's been a month since iOS 12 landed, which in turn ushered the Siri release of ETA into the wild. Since launch, we've received some phenomenal feedback.
We've got a new update brewing... we're calling it an 'S' release .. 'S' is for Siri!