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November 21, 2012

Nokia HERE maps officially lands on iOS

Nokia’s rebranded and improved free mapping system called HERE has officially landed in the iOS App Store.

We previously reported that Nokia is planning to release its new free location services called HERE to multiple platforms. Luckily for iOS users, they’ll be the first ones to try HERE on their mobile devices. The NAVTEQ-powered HERE could be one of the best alternatives to iOS 6 Maps while waiting for the iOS version of Google Maps to arrive.

Below are the features of Nokia HERE:

• Map views – Pick the map you need from map view, live traffic view, public transport line view or satellite view
• Save map areas & wander without data coverage
• In selected countries, access community maps created and updated by users
• Maps, search and place coverage for nearly 200 countries
• Search with history and suggestions
• Share places with just a tap, including the location and how to get there, over SMS, email, or social networks
• Organize places you love into Collections
• Sign in to HERE Maps with your Nokia Account or Facebook login
• Sync with Here.net – Access your Collections anywhere
• Step-by-Step voice-guided walk navigation
• Walk navigation through pedestrian routes, parks, alleyways, and more
• Public transportation and driving directions

You can download Nokia HERE from the iTunes App Store here.

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5 Responses to “Nokia HERE maps officially lands on iOS”

  1. IANVARIVS
    Twitter: IANVARIVS
    says:

    Dat Nokia feel on iOS looks gorgeous :)

  2. itachi1 says:

    Nokia really excelled on this one. One of the reasons I envy my Dad’s old C7 is particularly because of this. Google Maps seems like a drag.

  3. Robby says:

    Having it first on a competing platform is not cool

  4. Ezy says:

    When will it be available to Android users?

  5. loadex says:

    Nokia Here is way better than Google Maps.. now ko lang siya na-try, and yun mga street name sa subdivision namin is well identified!

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