This is a simple CLI for easily setting the location of the currently running iOS Simulator.
Set a specific latitude and longitude:
$ set-simulator-location -c 37.7765 -122.3918
Or using place search:
$ set-simulator-location -q Lyft HQ San Francisco
By default the location is set on all booted simulators. If you'd like
to change it for only one of the booted simulators you can pass
followed by the simulator's display name:
$ set-simulator-location -q Lyft HQ San Francisco -s iPhone X
NOTE: If you have multiple booted simulators with the same name, the location will be set on all of them.
$ brew install lyft/formulae/set-simulator-location
$ mint install lyft/set-simulator-location
With a precompiled release:
- Download the latest release from here
- Install it some place in your
$ make install
I have submitted a Radar to have
this behavior added to
To work on
set-simulator-location you can make your changes and run
make to build from the command line. If you'd prefer to work in Xcode
you can run
make xcode to generate a project using SwiftPM.