Poison Maps (“POIs on maps”) is a general purpose map app which takes a completely different approach to other such apps. This makes it uniquely useful in many situations, and also enables it to include the ultimate POI watch app. The app contains over 20 million POIs of pretty much every type possible, which are taken from the fantastic OpenStreetMap database and stored offline on the phone. These enable your watch to find the nearest POIs of any type, anywhere in the world, even without a data connection. The simple 3x3 menus mean that hundreds of different POI types are available with just 2 or 3 taps: The app runs natively on the watch for speed. The use of offline POIs also means that it is faster than other POI apps which have to go to the web for data. This speed difference is particularly important on a wearable device where short interaction times are essential. Once you have a list of results then it’s only one further tap to see details about the POI. This offers a choice of operations including: getting guidance from the built-in Apple Maps app. phoning the POI from the watch; displaying multiple maps of the POI (including a close up map, a zoomed out map, and the nearest stations). There are also loads of other features, such as creating your own POIs (e.g. where you parked your car); filtering by brand or type; prioritising your favourite brands or types (e.g. your bank; your preferred religion; your make of car; hotel chains for which you have a loyalty card etc). Check out this 2 minute video of the watch app in action: And read more about it here: http://www.poison-maps.com/Watch.html There is also a fully working, actual size demo of the Watch app within the iPhone app itself. This means that iPhone owners who are thinking of getting an Apple Watch can see the type of functionality that they will get. If you wish to try out the app then bear in mind that the global version is 669 Mb, so you may wish to install the one of the 10 free versions. For example the free North American version is only 72 Mb (only about twice the size of the Google Maps app), despite containing 3 million POIs and over 600,000 miles of routes. 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 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 3D touch gestures for zooming/panning; signs to offscreen POIs; Compass Mode for offline navigation; and much more. Please give it a try!