For anyone who has been reading the other thread that describes how to make these changes to Waze for android, you'll know that I have been working on getting a version for iOS. Well, I wanted this bad enough to pay a developer to make the changes and create a custom version that can be installed without the app store (i.e. sideload). in order to sideload apps onto your iDevice, you use a tool called Impactor. It's as simple as opening the tool, dragging and dropping the waze app onto the Impactor window (while your phone is plugged into your computer), input your apple info (because you are "self-signing" the app), and that's it. More detailed info can be found here. The other thing to note is that installing apps without the AppStore means that it will not have a certificate that is valid indefinitely. All apps on your device must be digitally "signed", which grants a 'certificate' to the user. When you sideload apps and provide your apple account credentials, apple is allowing you to "self-sign" the app, which is only valid for 7 days. After 7 days, the app fill fail to open. You will need to either a) reinstall and re-sign using same method, b) have an Apple developer account, c) be jailbroken (which gives access to other solutions), or d) use an app signing service that will keep the app signed for you, indefinitely. (if you want to use a service, it usually costs ~$15/yr; I can guide you) I've uploaded the current version of the app, with these alert distances set to: Police Alert = 4000 = ~2.4 miles and Hazard Alert = 1500 = 0.9 miles Download the custom Waze app HERE TL/DR: download Waze (above) follow guide to install with Impactor use custom Waze with greater alert distance decide on a solution for re-signing after 7 days (see above) Let me know if you have any questions about installation, signing the app, certificates being revoked, or alert distance changes/requests.