Nokia Maps (officially titled "Here") is a potential godsend for anyone fed up with Apple's subpar offering. It's blazingly fast, routes via public transportation with ease, and doesn't mix up Manhattan with Siberia. Unfortunately, it's bogglingly hard on the eyes.
Following Google's momentous news last October about free turn-by-turn navigation on Android phones, Nokia's just now abolished the price-tag for 74 countries. That's 73 more than Google offers it to. And even better news—it's available now.
The Nokia Maps 2.0 Beta we told you about back in February has matured into an official release, and is available now. The service is subscription-based for Nokia devices running the Symbian S60 operating system. It features more than 200 downloadable maps and points of interest for countries worldwide. The software…
Nokia is in the process of updating the free Nokia Maps software. Its first major revision since launch about a year ago, the small beta testing reveals all sorts of upgrades, including a better driving mode interface, brand new pedestrian mode, satellite maps and real-time traffic data. [allaboutmysymbian]