what3words is built into a range of technologies, from websites to apps and cars.
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.
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.
Ride-hailing app Careem has integrated what3words, enabling people in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to specify precise pickup and drop-off points with what3words addresses.
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.
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.
Jeeny (formerly EasyTaxi) is a ride hailing app operating in the Middle East. Its users can enter destinations using a 3 word addresses, saving time finding drop-off locations and minimising mistakes.
A trusted app used by police forces and search and rescue teams across the UK. It accepts what3words to help users navigate to and share precise locations.
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.
WatchMaker is the largest watch face collection and community for Apple Watch, Wear OS by Google, and Tizen. It has integrated what3words to enable watch face designers to add a what3words field that displays the wearer’s current location.
One of the largest pharmaceutical and cosmetics retailers in South Africa, Dischem, now offers customers deliveries to 3 word addresses.
Users of Japanese taxi-hailing app S.RIDE can now use 3 word addresses to enter precise drop-off locations, in Japanese or English.