The Flyover feature within Apple’s Maps app has been updated and now includes 20 additional locations. There are now over 150 locations accessible via the 3D aerial city-viewing feature.

Apple frequently updates its Maps app in an ongoing quest to become iOS’ go to Maps app. Though much has happened since it’s wobbly start, Maps has improved exponentially.

Flyovers first appeared way back in 2012 with the arrival of iOS 6, and allowed users to explore some major cities in an impressive aerial 3D perspective. Additional locations have steadily appeared, as well as additional tweaks in its functionality. Last year, a real-time landmarks element was added – an example of how this works can be found at London’s Big Ben, which keeps correct time.

The full list of new locations is as follows:

  • Aarhus, Denmark
  • Bobbio, Italy
  • Budapest, Hungary
  • Cádiz, Spain
  • Chenonceaux, France
  • Dijon, France
  • Ensenada, Mexico
  • Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Graz, Austria
  • Loreto, Mexico
  • Malmö, Sweden
  • Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
  • Millau, France
  • Nice, France
  • Omaha Beach
  • Rapid City, SD
  • Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Sapporo, Japan
  • Strasbourg, France
  • Turin, Italy

Maps is a native app on the iPhone and iPad’s iOS operating system. A full list of Flyover locations can be found online.