Nokia offers Ovi Maps on more mobile phones
7 April 2010 — 4:00 PM
Mobile recycling could be an option worth considering for consumers that would like to use their phone for mapping and navigation services.
Nokia has announced that it is to extend its free Ovi Maps service to the E71 and E66 handsets, which may mean that more people are tempted to get an upgrade and start making use of the technology.
Ovi Maps has proved a popular option for more than one million users and it may be an alternative to a separate satellite-navigation system for some users.
Mobile phone users might also be pleased to hear that Ovi Maps offers free updates three or four times a year, ensuring that users stay on track even when changes to the roads are made.
The application is offered on devices including the Nokia X6, Nokia N97, Nokia N97 mini, Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition and Nokia E72.
It has recently been pointed out by the Nokia Conversations blog that users can plug in their headphones and be guided through a strange city as if they were a local.
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