I have just released a new workout app for the Apple Watch which shows a fully functional vector map whilst you exercise. It is ideal for hiking, mountain biking, skiing, or any exercise where you need to navigate. The map has been created from scratch especially for this app. I think that it is the first ever vector map on the Apple Watch, apart from Apple's own Maps app, which isn't designed for workouts. Please correct me if I am wrong though. The map can be panned with your finger and zoomed in and out using the digital crown, just like the Apple Maps app. However it has several advantages over Apple's map app (and other workout apps): 1) Maps can be cached on the watch for use offline (if the watch has GPS then you don't even need your phone). 2) The map can be set to smoothly rotate according to your direction. 3) A red compass is shown (which also acts as a button to control rotation). 4) A dark blue breadcrumb trail is shown of your entire route. 5) All types of routes are shown, including paths, cycle trails, ski routes and more. 6) A scale is shown when you zoom in and out, to help determine how far away things are. 7) Double tapping the screen increases the size of the map (and shrinks the workout stats). 8) A green compass shows the direction back to where you started. Tapping it shows the distance. 9) All routes are shown using bold colours to make them clearly visible, even in sunlight. 10) At any time during the workout you can see more comprehensive statistics, including your route coloured according to speed or heartrate. If you are interested then here is a link to the app on the AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/app/workoutdoors/id1241909999?ls=1&mt=8 If you want more information, more screenshots, and a short video of the app in action, then check out the website: www.workoutdoors.net. This is the very first release of the app, so any feedback would be greatly appreciated!