As MMW reported last week, Nokia has just introduced a little something called “Here,” which is being hailed as “the first location cloud to deliver the world’s best maps and location experiences across multiple screens and operating systems.”
The embattled smartphone giant is ramping up its available array of products and services as a means to reignite growth in new genres of the mobile realm.
On Tuesday, Tech Crunch confirmed that Nokia has now released a dedicated iOS version of its new “Here” mapping service. It works on iOS devices running iOS 4.3 and higher. Best of all, the app is universal, meaning it works great on both the iPhone and iPad.
If you’re frustrated with Apple’s solution, this is a very good option, and Nokia seems to be heavily invested in the project, so it should only get better from here.
And the cost? It’s free.
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