Nokia’s HERE Maps service is one of the core reasons to opt for a Lumia Windows Phone device given the excellent offline mapping service offered. Nokia has decided to take it one step forward with the addition of augmented reality features under the LiveSight branding.
As promised by Nokia, the Finnish smartphone manufacturer has delivered by publishing its
Nokia Maps Here Maps app on the iTunes store. We went hands on with the application to check it out and to find out if it could be a legitimate alternative to the missing Google Maps app on iOS.
Along with the 3 new phones from Asha series, an affordable Windows Lumia 610, and the Nokia 808 which features a monstrous 41-megapixel camera, Nokia has also announced a new range of services for all its users worldwide, which includes – the Nokia Maps, Nokia Drive, Nokia Reading and Nokia Life. Continue reading “Nokia Announces new Updated Services – Nokia Maps, Drive, Public Transport, Reading and Life”
The wapxap.com team have uncovered the placeholder listing for Nokia Maps on Windows Phone devices. The market place listing shows four screenshots for the new mapping solution being developed by Nokia.
The description reads as :
Nokia Maps helps you to be a local anywhere you go. See where you are and discover places nearby in a snap. Get reviews, uncover new destinations and reach them with smart routing for public transport, walking and driving.
Nokia’s mapping service is known to offer best in class offline turn-by-turn navigation for free. This is expected to be one of the key differentiators of Nokia’s Windows Phone devices from those made by other OEMs.
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There’s good news for all those who have been wanting to use Nokia maps on non-Nokia devices. Nokia Maps is now available on iOS and Android devices as well.
Nokia announced its Dual SIM touch and type slider phone, C2-03 at Nokia Connection at Singapore. This phone also comes with Nokia Maps pre-loaded in it. Unlike the earlier versions of the Nokia maps on the S40 devices, this would support offline map viewing.
Continue reading “Nokia Maps coming to S40 devices with offline Map viewing”
Nokia and Yahoo have finally announced a partnership today in New York which was codenamed as Project Nike prior to this. This might be significant for Nokia who has an ever declining market share in USA which is one of the most competitive mobile markets in the world. Nokia and Yahoo will collaborate on Email , IM , Maps. Nokia will power Yahoo Maps. We’ll be posting more details about this soon. Above picture show Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz with Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo
The world’s largest signpost maps out the UK’s Good Things
Nokia gives the UK ‘Good Things’ as X Factor winner, Alexandra Burke could play live in your town
London, UK – A signpost the size of two London buses will be suspended next to the capital’s iconic Tower Bridge as Nokia asks Brits to map out – and point to – the nation’s ‘Good Things’. To celebrate the launch of the Nokia N97 mini with in-built OVI Maps, the 40ft long signpost will be unveiled on 23rd October, asking people to send in their ‘Good Things’ to http://www.nokia.co.uk/maps or text 62010 to have it displayed above London’s skyline. Continue reading “Nokia shows off the UK’s Good Things on The world’s largest signpost”
Nokia just introduced their latest version of the highly popular Nokia Maps v3.0. It has a inbuilt synchronisation with their very own all in 1 service the Ovi. Also it has got better maps than ever before, enhanced Drive and Walk navigation.
Some advantages from the previous editions include the following as found from the Nokia Beta labs page Continue reading “Nokia Maps v3.0 released.”
WayFinder Active is a free GPS application for mobile phones consisting of mobile maps, GPS recording and statistics designed for people involved in outdoor adventures and activities such as running, hiking, skiing, trekking, trailing, biking, racing or other activities.
Useful features include detailed statistics such as maximum, current and average speed during each activity, plus the distance traveled and calories burned. With a built-in compass and a “Reverse Route” feature, users can easily find a route to anywhere. With the introduction of free Way finder Active, Way finder also brings the topographic maps of North America to mobile phones. Continue reading “WayFinder Active – Serios competition for Nokia Sports Tracker”