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    Android Nokia HERE v1.1 Build 423

    Nokia HERE v1.1 Build 423

    HERE allows you to search, navigate or get directions around the world — even without an Internet connection. Simply save our interactive maps to your phone or tablet and they’ll continue to work for you offline, wherever you are.
    With HERE you’ll have a map for every moment. Find restaurants and shops in your area and make spontaneous plans with your friends by sharing your location privately via Glympse. Or prepare for a future trip by personalising maps with all the places you’d like to explore as soon as you arrive. You can even check out ratings and reviews from Trip Advisor, Lonely Planet and more.
    Wherever you travel by car, you’ll have offline access to world-class navigation with turn-by-turn voice directions. You’ll even get live traffic and public transport information, so you can always find the quickest way.
    Here’s how you can experience your world in new, exciting ways:
    • Always know where you’re going: Turn-by-turn drive and walk voice guidance even without an Internet connection.
    • Maps that always work for you: Interactive maps of more than 100 countries that you can save and continue to use offline.
    • Choose the fastest transport option: Integrated public transport maps, directions and information for more than 800 cities in more than 40 countries.
    • Avoid delays: Real-time traffic and road closure information in more than 40 countries around the world.
    • Plan trips before you go: Personalise maps from your phone or here.com and store all the places you’d like see for when you get there.
    • Meet friends here and there: Glympse lets you share your location and what time you’ll get there by SMS or email.

    WHAT'S NEW

    - Turn-by-turn guidance for Algeria, Cyprus, Zimbabwe, and Mayotte
    - Improvements to map downloading and SD card behavior

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    Interesting fix: "- Turn-by-turn guidance for Algeria, Cyprus, Zimbabwe, and Mayotte"
    Doesn't it uses HERE (Navteq) map for all countries thus same routing algorithm? If so, why does it need "special fix" for above countries?

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    May be it uses OSM data for such countries ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    May be it uses OSM data for such countries ?
    Could be. If it does then it must specified OSM copyright noticed when using map right?

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    Nokia - Here use ONLY Nokia - Here maps. If some one read "use of terms" inside the program, can proof of this.

    Why we have this delay ? Because there are over 140 maps and the company has to test them, one by one before give us one country. Here has beta testers all over the world. There are 3 to 5 zones of popular countries and with this theory they test, before the maps publish. Of course "Turn-by-turn guidance" has to test it, separately.

    Here has a lot of problems to solve. And the most difficult is the 100% of application working to all the smartphone, all the platforms Win - iOS -Android

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    Quote Originally Posted by lneam View Post

    Here has a lot of problems to solve. And the most difficult is the 100% of application working to all the smartphone, all the platforms Win - iOS -Android
    Why I wouldnt switch to Here in my opinion:

    1. Most important, lack of speedcams support (not even if you want to pay for)
    2. Lack of the most common important features like Lane Assist and, less important IMHO, Junction View which anyway are a standard nowadays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Why I wouldnt switch to Here in my opinion:

    1. Most important, lack of speedcams support (not even if you want to pay for)
    2. Lack of the most common important features like Lane Assist and, less important IMHO, Junction View which anyway are a standard nowadays.
    Here, has already this knowledge from feedback and they said : we are working to add these options in the near future.
    I am also waiting .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Why I wouldnt switch to Here in my opinion:

    1. Most important, lack of speedcams support (not even if you want to pay for)
    2. Lack of the most common important features like Lane Assist and, less important IMHO, Junction View which anyway are a standard nowadays.
    Yep, all of the above are lacking. Also lack of "open source" access or "hackers" to create skins and improve proggy. Nokia HERE proggy strong points is availability of it's HERE maps. Although not being able to download it from PC and saved for later use is a pain in the butt. Nokia HERE strong rating is from a lot of clueless users who think "off line" GPS that's "free" is the best since they've been using google map But when compared to others proggies like iGO, Navigon, Street Pilot, it's lagging behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    Although not being able to download it from PC and saved for later use is a pain in the butt.
    Yes, but ...

    If you have download maps to phone, copy them to PC. I have notice, if we uninstall the application the maps folder still exits for a feature new install. Maybe, this is a solution

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    Quote Originally Posted by lneam View Post
    Yes, but ...

    If you have download maps to phone, copy them to PC. I have notice, if we uninstall the application the maps folder still exits for a feature new install. Maybe, this is a solution
    So map data only goes away if you 'Clear Data' before uninstalling? Also location of map is very obscured, I found it once and the map data is not organized in any fashion. Looks like the files are tiles with hex value naming (this is bad because what if I only want to save one state or country)

 

 
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