During today’s WWDC keynote, Apple showed off a new Maps application for OS X. The app features the same maps that iOS users are familiar with along with some additional tweaks, including an SDK for third-party developers to integrate the maps into their own software.
Other updates include the option to see your estimated travel time and weather for your destination. An updated Calendar app, for example, can find the location listed in your events and apply the travel time and weather to the entry automatically.
The Mac app is also integrated with its iOS counterpart. Bookmarked locations can sync between the two using iCloud, and iOS users can press a button that sends the current directions from the Mac app to their iPhone as a push notification.