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what3words App

Find, share, save or navigate to any exact location in over 35 languages with the free what3words app.

Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz drivers with the built-in MBUX infotainment system can now enter a 3 word address by text entry or voice, to get directions to any precise 3m x 3m location in the world.

Emergency services UK

Many emergency services around the UK are now using what3words as part of their operations In these areas, callers can now give a 3 word address over the phone when they call 999 and help will be sent straight to that precise location.

Ford AppLink

Ford drivers can now use what3words to enter precise destinations by connecting the free what3words app to their vehicle via their SYNC 3 infotainment platform.

Kakaomap

Kakaomap users can enter 3 word addresses into the search bar, discover a 3 word address by force-touch, and use Kakaomap navigation to get there.

DB eSchenker Platform

DBSchenker online delivery management system has integrated what3words for more efficient, more reliable deliveries and improved customer service.

Cabify

Cabify is the leading ride-hailing platform in Spanish- and Portuguese -speaking markets. Riders can enter a 3 word address into the destination field to arrive at exactly the right place.

Easy Taxi

This major ride-hailing app operates in 30 countries. Its users can enter destinations using 3 word addresses, saving time getting to accurate drop-off locations and minimising mistakes.

Tata

In a first for the Indian automotive industry, Tata drivers will soon be able to enter a 3 word address by voice or text input, and then navigate to that precise location.

what3words API

The what3words API converts 3 word addresses to GPS coordinates, and vice-versa. It also provides autosuggest capabilities for quick error detection.

Havn

This all-electric chauffeur service powered by Jaguar Land Rover enables users to enter 3 word addresses into the pick-up and drop-off fields so that riders can have a better experience.

Navmii

Navmii users can discover, save, share and navigate to a 3 word address directly within the app. This is useful for areas without a postcode, street address or where they are inaccurate.

Shop & Ship

Shop & Ship by Aramex sells luxury goods to customers in the Middle East. To deliver to exactly the right place every time, hassle free, Shop & Ship accepts 3 word addresses on customer profiles.

Bordrin

Chinese car company Bordrin will launch their intelligent electric iV6 with in-built what3words navigation when it hits the road in the first quarter of 2020.

Helios Pro

This app forecasts the position of the sun, moon and stars. It’s used worldwide by cinematographers to plan shots. With what3words, the crew knows exactly where to arrive and what to expect – wherever the set.

what3words Map Site

Find, share, save or navigate to any exact location in over 35 languages with the free what3words online map.

ArcGIS Locator

Using this tool, ArcGIS platform users can display the 3 word address for any location or search for a 3 word address – either individually or via batch conversion to and from GPS coordinates.

Dis-Chem

One of the largest pharmaceutical and cosmetics retailers in South Africa, Dischem, now offers customers deliveries to 3 word addresses.

Elvis

ELVIS is WPC’s market leading vehicle recovery system is helping police forces and other organisations efficiently manage the vehicle recovery process. It has integrated what3words into its location management product to make it easier to report and find accurate vehicle locations.

Pocket Earth

PocketEarth offers global travel guides and offline maps for every adventure. Today, you can search for and navigate to 3 word addresses worldwide with PocketEarth and find the 3 word address for any location.

S.RIDE

Users of Japanese taxi-hailing app S.RIDE can now use 3 word addresses to enter precise drop-off locations, in Japanese or English.