Nokia maps updating phone information
Nokia has made no secret of the fact that it wants to expand its HERE Maps efforts so it can be a viable competitor to Google Maps.
A few weeks ago, it launched an Android version of its HERE Maps app for Samsung smartphones and will expand that app to more Android devices, as well as i OS, later this year.
We therefore recommend regular updates to navigation data.
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Nokia's HERE Maps division won't be spending as much development time on the Windows Phone platform as it has in the past.
In a new interview with The Next Web, Sean Fernback, the Senior Vice President, Everyday Mobility, at the company's HERE division, is quoted as saying, "As a result of the transaction, we're having to wind down our Windows Phone app development and shift it over towards Android and i OS." The "transaction" Fernback is referring to is, of course, Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's Devices and Services division in April.
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Full terms and conditions available at / or by contacting Customer Support.In today's interview, Fernback says that while the Windows Phone development of HERE Maps may not be getting as much attention anymore, it won't be going away completely.