Having reached this milestone, the Nokia Maps Suite team would like to give a big thanks to all that gave feedback throughout the trial. Many, many people have helped the team to make this a great release. In particular, they'd like recognize the contributions of a few awesome people:
Thank you for supporting the Nokia Maps Suite 2.0 beta release, first launched on February 9. We have had lots of great feedback since then from all of you so far and have been focused on enhancing the quality of the user experience.
Now be the first to try an enhanced Nokia Maps Suite 2.0 beta and let us know what you think. There are no new features in this release but simply enhancements around usability and performance.
Nokia Maps Suite puts all the information you need to find your way—maps, drive and walk directions, public transport, and weather—all in one smart package. And the latest release makes it even smarter and more personalized with new additions such as voice search, geo-tagged photo display, and the return of the new and improved Route Planner. Finding your way has never been better. Try it out now!
Hello everyone using Nokia Maps!
We want to know more about how you feel about Maps and Drive voice navigation. We’d love to get your thoughts in this survey, especially what’s important in your country, province or region.
No matter where you are, we want to know what you think!
Nokia Maps 3.08 with Weather has graduated from Nokia Beta Labs! Thanks to your feedback, we found and fixed bugs and improved the overall user experience. This version also debuted a new installer that shows what you’re installing as it downloads, rather than installing one massive software package at once. The latest version of this installer has gone on to Nokia Maps Suite, where you get four apps in one download.
Have you used your phone to find where a coffee shop is or where your friends are? Well now you can take that to street level using Nokia City Scene on your Nokia N9!
We combine Navteq drive imagery, 3D building models as well as terrain data, and used laser rangefinder data (LiDAR) to align everything. The result is an N9 application that allows you to search and explore point of interest data from Nokia databases spiced up with check-in data from Foursquare and Facebook.
The first Maps trial in Nokia Beta Labs was launched on February 11, 2008. Three years and more than 646,000 trial members later, Maps now has Drive navigation, Live Traffic routing, Check in, Places, Weather and more! We couldn’t have done it without your great feedback. It has helped us improve Maps and inspired us to make even better applications in the future.
When you’re using Drive navigation, how do you like to see time information about your destination - do you prefer to show time left to travel or the time of arrival? Let us know what you think!
The Ovi Maps Team
If you use Drive navigation, we’d love to know which view you prefer: Landscape or Portrait (your phone either horizontal or vertical). And more importantly, why do you like one more than the other?
Take a minute for our survey and let us know what you think!