Nokia announced today that its Nokia Maps 2.0 application is out of beta and ready for public download. Nokia says that the beta version has been downloaded more than 240,000 times since February. Nokia promises enhanced car navigation and pedestrian navigation and more features.
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Some of the improvements to the application include improved optional car navigation with faster routing, updated user interface with pre-defined views, and navigation features like signposts and multi-stop route planner.
Users taking advantage of the application while walking will get information about surrounding buildings, streets and parks. Public transportation information will also be included and multi-sensor positioning using A-GPS. The application is available free for compatible devices.
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