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Friday, 23 May 2008 13:46

Nokia Maps 2.0 final version is here

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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For vehicles and pedestrians

 

Today, Nokia launched a final version of their app, Maps 2.0, and the application is now officially out of beta phase. Maps 2.0 application offers directions to your chosen destinations, whether you’re in a vehicle or on foot.

It has advanced navigation for drivers, multimedia guides through cities, satellite images, and the new and improved user interface will make sure that using it is a breeze.

Nokia Maps 2.0 uses vector maps made by Navteq and TeleAtlas. The maps cover over 200 countries, whereas full navigation is provided for over 70 countries.

You can download the app and find more information here.

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