HERE Maps for Windows Phone updated by Nokia, gets new LiveSight features
- On July 15, 2013
Nokia has updated its HERE Maps app for Windows Phone. HERE Maps, which is now available for all devices running Windows Phone, gets improvements related to LiveSight feature. This new feature enables impressive functionalities which are presented in the released changelog.
According to the changelog, with the new update consumers are able to pause scenes in LiveSight and browse without holding their phones up. You can pin LiveSight to the Start screen and find out what is around with a tap. You get faster access to where your POIs (points of interest) are and no longer need to go to HERE Maps each time and launch LiveSight again. Another new feature is the supported public transit stations which show a list of available transit lines that go through particular stop.
Besides, now you can access the directions quite faster merely by tapping on a POI on the screen. You get directions for public transportation, walking, and car navigation. If you want to use turn-by-turn navigation you can do so through easy access to HERE Drive. This new update makes the consumers` experience much more convenient and satisfying. If you want to try out the new features of HERE Maps you can download the app here.
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