MapQuest Maps & Directions On The iPhone

Posted June 15, 2009 at 2:48pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 3689 views

MapQuest has announced that MapQuest 4 Mobile is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch.

The application represent a leop-forward in how you currently interact with maps, directions, and local search on your iPhone.

Utilizing MapQuest.com as a base foundation, we've started from scratch and completely overhauled the experience for iPhone users. Leveraging the iPhone's unique Multi-Touch interface, we have built a set of innovative features that make viewing, planning, and navigating your world easier than ever before!


Features
- Save Maps and routes on MapQuest.com and retrieve on your iPhone
- More useful driving directions featuring an oversized display as well as landscape mode orientation
- New MapQuest place carousel alows you to easily display locations hotels, movie theatres, gas stations, and more with a single tap.
- "Find Me" feature that utilizes iPHone GPS to plot your approximate location on a map as well as display your position in relation to a route
- Follow your route in either map or list mode
- Negotiate difficult turns or sets of turns with the help of orientation arrows when viewing directions in map mode.
- Free-form search for businesses and places
- Create your own my position icon that represents YOU on the map using the iPhone's built in camera or choose form a variety of existing my position icons

MapQuest 4 Mobile is available now from the App Store and is free.

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JayLeo - June 15, 2009 at 5:53pm
In German Appstore its not available
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