Nokia Maps show you the way to go home... in 3D
The latest version of the map plotter will now feature 3D landmarks, speed limits and traffic delay information, as well as web-to-phone syncing.
It’ll also add high-resolution aerial photos and 3D landmarks for 216 countries! But what really caught our eye about the new software was the fact that it’ll now serve up ral time locations for safety cameras and live traffic info. It’s hot on the exhaust of TomTom, that’s for sure.
A pedestrian mode has also been added, with some neat bells and whistles – not literally – they’re more like beeps and vibrations – to inform you about upcoming turns.
Away from your phone, the new ‘Maps on Ovi’ service allows Nokia users to plan a trip on the internet and then sync it right to their mobile – handy if you need to be in and out of Croydon faster than a Lambourghini carjacker.