HERE WeGo is a free app that makes city navigation effortless. With detailed routes, turn-by-turn guidance and information about every way of getting around, it's the only app you need to navigate the city.

Take your car, your bike or public transit to get to your destination. If you're in a hurry, call a cab or check options for car sharing. HERE WeGo has recommendations for all the ways to get around. Just compare and choose what's best for you.

HERE WeGo tells you everything about your journey before you head out. You can see the cost for public transit tickets and cab fares, find places to park and know about traffic delays for any drive.

On the move, HERE WeGo gets you to your destination with ease. Turn-by-turn voice guidance for drivers helps you stay stress-free behind the wheel. If you're walking or taking public transit, HERE WeGo guides you along every step and every transfer, just when you need it.

HERE WeGo shows you alternatives when delays are slowing others down. Live traffic and public transit information keep you in the know, so you have the flexibility to keep going no matter what happens. You can even download maps to your device, so HERE WeGo keeps working even where there's no network signal.

HERE WeGo offers public transit information for 1300+ cities including New York City/NYC, San Francisco/SF, London, Berlin, Munich, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, Milan, Vancouver, Toronto, Sydney, Melbourne and many more. Get where you need to go on subway/metro/subway, bus, bike, train, trolley or ferry.

HERE WeGo has offline maps of the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Canada, Australia and more than 100 other countries. Download the map you want and you're all set.

So where will you go? It's all up to you. Because whatever your destination and however you're travelling, HERE is how you get there.


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(Just so you know, running GPS in the background for long periods can really decrease battery life. You can reduce your battery usage by saving maps to your phone ahead of time.)

What's New

Version 2.0.34

Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4 out of 5

186 Ratings

186 Ratings

So close, yet so far


I’d like to see full screen use on the iPhone X like Google Maps or even something similar to Apple Maps. It’s trivial I’m sure, but it’s attention to detail. It does appear night mode uses true black which will conserve battery. Being able to download maps is great, it saved us on our last trip to Europe and made getting around a breeze. I also haven’t noticed any ads lately, which was fairly annoying not to be able to opt out of. It would be nice to have an auto switch feature for the units, it’s already using our location, can’t be that hard to know what areas use which units on their roads, there are only three. The voices are a bit digital and processed sounding, not major, but smoother voices would be nice. The directions can be confusing, especially the lane indicators and arrows. If you’re a Windows 10 user you’ll notice the native MS Maps app is in fact Here We Go. This made planning trips in Europe easier since we could see things on my Surface Pro 4 in larger detail then use the iPhone on the streets for navigation.

Reality is I’d only use Google Maps if they offered offline maps. However, they don’t, so this is where Here We Go really shines. If Here We Go could get their interface, search and options on par with Google Maps, I may just remove Google Maps. At the moment there’s a long ways to go still.

Missing a critical feature


If this app simply had an easy non convoluted way of searching along route then this would be the best. By non convoluted i mean. While heading towards a destination there be a simple button to add a stop. You search the name of what you want and the map will simply zoom out, show you distance from the places, let you touch the place you want and it adds it as a stop along the current route. No trying to build a collection before you leave and trying to use a calculator to figure out how far each stop is. Basically copy what google does for it. I dont get why navigation apps dont do it that way and insist on the most complicated solution possible.

Great navigation app


Used this when I was in France and London. Was great using offline maps and was very reliable and mostly accurate. Would like to see more integration into iOS. Would like to be able to submit feedback on address corrections via the app as opposed to being taken to the website. Would like the option to not have ads perhaps via in app purchase or just have those removed entirely. Again this is a great navigation app and it’s offline features like being able to download a whole map of a country for offline use is fantastic.


108.6 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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