Mobile recycling could allow for Ovi Maps to be used
4 May 2010 — 4:00 PM
Consumers may wish to consider mobile recycling with Envirofone as an option to get their hands on a new handset with Nokia Ovi Maps.
Selling an old mobile phone could allow for the mapping and navigation service to be used in place of a separate individual sat-nav.
Ovi Maps is available for free on a range of new Nokia smartphones, meaning that people might still be able to choose a handset to their own tastes.
It is now possible for users to record their directions in their own voice with the appropriately titled Own Voice app, Nokia Conversation blog suggests.
There are 53 commands which can be recorded onto a device including what the blogger JBC describes as their favourite - "you have arrived at your destination".
Friends could even opt to share their voice recordings with friends via Facebook and Twitter.
Social networking fans could enjoy using a new device to stay in touch with people while on the move.
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