MapQuest Optimizes for iPhone

MapQuest Optimizes for iPhone

Posted by · 7067 views
MapQuest has been optimized for use with the iPhone as a web application

MapQuest users have come to rely on the quality and accuracy of MapQuest results no matter where they are -- which is why we are delighted to introduce MapQuest optimized for the iPhone. We have served millions of requests for MapQuest from iPhone and iPod browsers and now those results will be presented in a fast, easy-to-use way specifically for the iPhone.

MapQuest Optimizes for iPhone

Now you can pinch, flick, and tap your way to your destination on! Our new iPhone interface includes the same features that MapQuest provides on the full-browser experience. Driving Directions, Maps, Local Search, Traffic, Recent Locations, and Cheapest Gas Prices, with more enhancements showing up automatically in the near future. No downloads needed!

How do I get there?
Easy. Just type into your iPhone or iPod Touch Safari Browser. We'll detect that you are coming from an iPhone and know to send you directly to our iPhone web interface.

Once there, you can tap the "+" at the bottom of your screen and select "Add to Home Screen" to place a shortcut icon on your iPhone's main menu screen. You'll then see the MapQuest Star icon on your screen for easy access back to MapQuest.

We hope you enjoy the user experience of MapQuest for iPhone. Remember to look for more features coming soon!

Read More
Add Comment
Would you like to be notified when someone replies or adds a new comment?
Yes (All Threads)
Yes (This Thread Only)
You must login or register to add a comment...
Mike R
Mike R - June 15, 2009 at 6:59pm
For those interested Walk-through video of the new MapQuest iPhone is available here
simps - October 22, 2008 at 3:45am
US only... disappointing, this should be flagged in any review!
asa - October 22, 2008 at 12:03am
Probably just the first step! Native app maybe coming after...would make more sense.
slessardjr - October 21, 2008 at 10:20pm
why not make an app for the app store then they could utilize the built-in GPS? just a thought