Nokia Here Maps returns to Android, iOS version coming the coming year
Nokia Here Maps
Nokia has relaunched its highly-rated Here Maps application around the Google Play Store.
The Finnish firm, free of the shackles of making hardware following a Microsoft buyout, continues to be turning its focus on software with Maps the main thing on that drive.
Nokia continues to be testing the application for days and they come in a revamped interface along with a concentrate on turn-by-turn navigation for 18 new countries, getting the entire to 118.
The application also brings that important offline mode, which needs to be a benefit for individuals travelling or on limited data plans
It enables users to download maps of entire countries after which select them for offline use, supplying they’ve on-board space for storage
The launch for Android pre-dates the iOS application, with Nokia promising it’ll launch at the begining of 2015.
“Following the reviews that are positive of For Android, many people have expressed their curiosity about an iOS form of our application. We actually understand why interest and demand. Our iOS application team of developers is spending so much time about this so we intend to formally launch For iOS at the begining of 2015,” Nokia authored around the Here 360 blog.
In addition, there’s a brand new design on the internet-based here.com site, that also brings new search along with a focused traffic view. Individuals features are actually live over time of testing during the last handful of days.
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