Waze app gets Calendar integration for navigating to upcoming events

WazeWaze, the navigation app maker that Google picked up last year, announced today that its updating its mobile apps with calendar integration. With the updated app, iOS and Android users will now see “events with location info will automatically appear” in the navigation list within Waze. That means any events in your calendar that have location info associated with them will be viewable from within Waze.

The company notes that only two upcoming events from your Calendar will be displayed in the navigation list. Users that want to disable the Calendar integration can do so from the iOS Settings app.

The updated app isn’t yet live on the App Store but should be rolling out any minute.

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Comments

  1. Gregory Wright - 9 years ago

    WAZE has to be the best navigation App out there.

    • Anoop Menon - 9 years ago

      I totally agree that it is the best navigation App out there. Is Google started using the features? I had read some where that they are still awaiting clearance to bring some of the features to Google Maps.

  2. Joe Martinez - 9 years ago

    waze is the best nav app

  3. “Users that want to disable the Calendar integration can do so from the iOS Settings app.”

    In case anybody actually wants to do this: Users that want to disable Calendar integration can do so in the Privacy tab of the iOS Settings app.

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