Navigate to where you need to be, unlock efficiency, and improve your field workforce reliability.

Android now in beta!

Guided tour

Download maps relevant to you, create a route, reorder your stops, configure travel modes, and route to your destination.

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Use your data

Create navigation maps with your own data—search your assets, route on your roads, and view your layers.

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Integrate with Collector

Easily connect with other Esri apps such as Collector for ArcGIS to navigate to work sites while in the field.

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Send stops to Navigator

Use the custom URL scheme so your users can start Navigator from your app, website, or email, and navigate based on parameters you've provided.

 See how on GitHub


Get directions, edit routes, and start navigating to get your workforce where it needs to be.

  • Use voice-guided turn-by-turn directions with automatic route recalculation.
  • Navigate completely offline with locally stored data.
  • Access Esri's navigation data or use your own maps—search your assets, route on your roads, and view your layers.
  • Complete stops one at a time, or create a work list for an entire day's work.
  • Use vehicle-specific travel modes.
  • Receive stops from an email, your own app, or other ArcGIS apps such as Collector for ArcGIS.

System requirements


  • Version 8 or later
  • iPad (fourth generation or later for best performance), iPhone (6 or later for best performance), iPod touch

Android (Beta)

  • Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) or later
  • ARMv7 or x86 processor
  • OpenGL ES 2.0 support
  • Precise location (GPS and network-based) support

Supported languages

Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, and Turkish.

ArcGIS requirements

To use Navigator for ArcGIS, you must have an ArcGIS organizational account that has been configured with a Navigator for ArcGIS license. For details about using ArcGIS Online, see About Navigator for ArcGIS licensing. For details about using Portal for ArcGIS, see Configure Navigator for ArcGIS licenses for your organization. ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS 10.4 and later are supported.

You can use Esri-provided navigation maps or you can create your own. Esri-provided maps are available in ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS and can be downloaded to your device. For more details on the provided maps, see Navigator Map coverage.

The requirements for creating or modifying a map for use in Navigator depend on what you want to edit. See Which licenses do I need to work with navigation maps?

What's new


Navigator for ArcGIS 2.0 was released in July 2016. It includes the following enhancements:

Android (Beta)

Navigator for ArcGIS went into beta in May 2016. It includes the following enhancements:

  • Use your own maps—search your assets, route on your roads, and view your layers
  • Multiple stops can be automatically reordered into optimized routes
  • Pass addresses with the custom URL scheme
  • Support for Portal for ArcGIS 10.4 and later
  • Localized into Arabic, Dutch, Hebrew, and Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Various bug fixes and improvements
  • Includes all features listed as in development for Android in the Sneak peek table. All features currently released on iOS are supported.

Sneak peek

The following table outlines the progress of this app, showing capabilities for each device platform:

Functionality by platform
released, in development, later
Blank cells indicate unplanned functionality.
Support for desktops is currently not planned.
Navigate using included maps
Navigate using your own custom maps (geocoding, routing, and display)
Work with ArcGIS Online
Work with Portal for ArcGIS
Navigate, route, and search using maps stored on your device

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