Nokia’s HERE, a map app with offline maps, navigation and search, is now available to download for free from the App Store.
After its Android app, with this release – the first native HERE app for iOS – HERE is now available on all leading mobile operating systems, says Nokia.
HERE for iOS offers iPhone users access to maps through an interactive interface.
maps for more than 150 countries available to download and use offline;
voice-guided, turn-by-turn drive or pedestrian navigation for 118 countries, with or without an internet connection;
public transit routing for more than 950 cities in more than 50 countries, available offline;
a unified route planner with estimated arrival times, making it easier to compare different options for walking, taking public transit or driving;
real-time traffic information for more than 40 countries, including France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Sean Fernback, president of HERE, said: “We want to bring our maps and services to as many people as possible, no matter whether they are in the car or using a smartphone or smartwatch. Bringing the HERE experience to iOS is a natural step for us as we now extend our reach to all major mobile platforms.”