Nokia introduce Offline Navigation to Samsung Galaxy Devices
Recently Nokia partnered up with Samsung to introduce Offline Navigation HERE Maps App to all Samsung Galaxy Smartphone versions. This news was announced in a blog post made by the two companies .
The Offline Navigation app will be free of cost and will have maps for over two hundred countries, it will also support routes for waking and driving. The complete guidance will come with instructions and will enable users to direct to something easily.
Similarly, Offline Navigation App when once connected to online data will help in knowing the traffic and transit schedules for more than a handful of countries. Although, these features are simply the best and both companies want people to work on it and test it, but one feature that has people talking is the offline mode it can work in.
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All users would now be able to download thousands of maps for hundreds of places in those 200 countries. Google maps will now be facing a tough challenge on its hands when it comes to this superb offline capability.
The Offline Navigation app is to be launched with the Gear S smart watch because the companies collaborated on this project together and want to publicize it the best way and the maximum possible way they can. Although the partnership was nothing of news but the increasing gap between Samsung and Google had gotten people at Samsung worried. But now the future seems to look bright for Samsung as it is collaborating with Nokia for something new.
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Nokia has been quiet famous when it came to its ability for navigating maps, Samsung needed this plus point in its android phones because even though the phones were popular among the android world.
Certain things still lagged and were missing, with this recent new merger the phones at Samsung will be indispensable. Nokia, also was looking to stay connected with the android world and wanted a perfect partner to launch itself.
Offline Navigation App supports Windows Phone 8.1
The HERE Map app can be used in both Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8.1 and as described above it works perfect on Samsung devices. Certain things still lagged and were missing, with this recent new merger the phones at Samsung will be indispensable.
Nokia, also was looking to stay connected with the android world and wanted a perfect partner to launch itself. This merger gave way to both companies to bring the best and look for something new, hence providing people with maps that will work both online and offline. New things are hoped from both the companies and the merger will give way to new possibilities.
Users at both ends are excited and are looking forward to much more exciting apps coming through this merger. Nokia, being the best the best in windows phone and Samsung ruling the android market will definitely come up with new apps that are going to help the users in their daily life.
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