Nokia Releases 'HERE' Offline Navigation App for iPhone [Video]

Nokia Releases 'HERE' Offline Navigation App for iPhone [Video]

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Nokia has released its 'HERE' offline navigation app for the iPhone and iPod touch.

With HERE, you can plan your journey ahead of time and save a map of your destination right on your iPhone. With maps for more than a 100 countries around the world, you'll never be lost — even when offline. See exactly where you are and find the best way around with a route planner that shows you driving, public transit and walking options at a glance.

When you're ready to head out, turn-by-turn, voice-guided driving and walk navigation takes you right to your destination — or use our public transit maps and schedules to get around by train or bus. With HERE, your maps are always loaded and ready to use, and you never need to rely on an Internet connection.




Features:
- Voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation that works around the world
- Maps you can save and use offline for more than a 100 countries, including the US, the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Canada, Australia and Brazil
- Real-time traffic and incident information for more than 40 countries
- Public transit maps, directions and information for more than 900 cities
- A route planner that shows driving, public transit and walking options so you can quickly compare them
- Your saved places are available on all your devices so you can plan journeys easier

You can download HERE from the App Store for free.

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NokiaEx - March 12, 2015 at 7:05am
Mukai: Nokia maps are considered the best maps in d market. They are better than gmaps. Try to use it n u ll know. N Microsoft is improving its phones now, they r getting better n maybe after 1-2 year they will become awesome. I own an iPhone 6 but I don't mind appreciating what's good.
MUKAI - March 12, 2015 at 12:13am
It's interesting how Nokia is still trying to survive somehow after bringing awful phones during the 3 years. At least they are still alive, Nokia was my very first phone back on 2001 lol.
?¿ - March 11, 2015 at 10:03pm
Got it on android, it's good, I use it all the time
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