I have released a new version of Poison Maps with many improvements to the Watch app. You can now configure the complication to show the nearest POIs of absolutely any type you wish in just one single tap. For example the tapping the “Bar” or “Fuel” icons below shows a map of the nearest bars or gas stations. The complication can be configured to show any type of POI from hundreds of categories. And if you can’t find what you need then you can configure it to search using any text that you want. If you don’t like the icon shown on the complication then it can be easily changed. Once you have selected a POI from the results then you get an individual map showing how to get to that POI. You can also create your own POIs, such as where you parked your car, making it easy to find your way back to it. Note that the map shows a GPS trail of where you have been. Without a compass in the watch I figured the best way to give users an idea of orientation was to show the direction that they are moving in. All maps show this trail and update it as you move. If you wish to try out the app then you can choose either the global version for $1.99 or £1.49, or one of the 10 free regional versions. All of the free versions include most POI categories, with the remainder available as a single In App Purchase for 99c / 79p. Global version: http://appstore.com/poisonmaps Free North American version: http://appstore.com/poisonmapsnorthamerica Free UK version: http://appstore/poisonmapsukandireland Note that the first screenshot with two complication icons required both the free and global versions because Apple does not currently allow more than one complication per app. If you do try out the watch app then please take a look at the iPhone app as well, which is a general purpose maps app but very different to Apple Maps or Google Maps (there is no point re-inventing the wheel!). As the name indicates it is geared towards POIs, with an emphasis on being as useful as possible when offline. It has many unique features, such as colour coded route maps of all types (metro, bus, cycle, hiking, skiing etc); 3D touch Gesture for Zooming / Panning; Signs to offscreen POIs; Compass Mode for offline navigation; and much more. Please give it a try!