iPhone Geniuses: I thought this would be easy, but I've been at it for an hour+ with no luck. I am hoping to hear from people who are actually doing this; not people like me who thought it was definitely possible. Problem: I want to build an itinerary for a Thanksgiving trip while on the web (on my Thinkpad). Then, I'd like to access those saved places on my iPhone when I'm actually on the trip walking around (San Fran). How are you getting this done today? I first thought Google would be the obvious answer. But then I saw Google's own comparison page: http://www.google.com/mobile/maps/ Then, I tried Mapquest. From Thinkpad: I created a Mapquest account, and used New Mapquest to add 3 test places to a saved "My Maps" for "Thanksgiving 2010". So far so good. From iPhone: I installed MapQuest from AppStore (the one with the white on green 'm' logo.) Logged into same Mapquest account. No luck. No "my maps" or "my places" showed up on my iPhone. Then, I saw this: http://www.mapquesthelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1215 "Note: If you use the My Maps feature on New MapQuest, you cannot access your saved maps from your mobile device." ... "If you want to access your saved maps and directions from your mobile device, you must use our My Places feature on Classic MapQuest. " Back to Thinkpad: I went to Classic MapQuest, and created the same 3 test places for my Thanksgiving 2010 itinerary. On iPhone: 1) Logged out of Mapquest account, logged back in. No saved places were visible 2) Deleted Mapquest app, reinstalled it, and logged in to same account. Still, no saved places were visible. Is anyone actually doing this with Mapquest? What other applications should I try?