At the moment, Tiles Explorer is not available for direct download on a computer. However, you can use emulators to run it on PC. The downside is that using Tiles Explorer with an emulator might slow down your computer's performance.
Learn how to use Tiles Explorer on your computer in these 5 simple steps:
Tiles Explorer is an iOS helper app for Explorer Tiles. The explorer tiles are based on OpenStreetMap 256x256px tiles on zoom level 14. What is the point of explorer tiles? Explore the map with your workouts and get the biggest possible square and visit as many tiles as you can! Check out VeloViewer for further information. Tiles Explorer will help you to keep track of your explored tiles. The app covers a map with tiles. There are four tile types (explored, explored and part of the maximum square, not explored, marked).. You can pick which types should be displayed on the map. Explored tiles are tiles you visited during a workout. You can also see your current position to check which tile you are currently in and to estimate the distance to the next tile. There is an option to mark tiles. This can help to keep track which tiles you want to visit next. Select a color for each tile type (explored, explored and part of the maximum square, not explored, marked) to visualise your tiles. To mark a tile, just click any and use the star button on the map. Tiles Explorer shares its database with the app Workout Map. Import your explored tiles directly from Apple Health with Workout Map or within Tiles Explorer. There is also an statistics tab to compare your explored tiles over different time ranges. For the best performance, only a certain amount of tiles are displayed at once. You might need to zoom in on the map to show the tiles. When moving around the map, it takes a moment to display the tiles for the new visible area on the map.