The leftover part of Nokia, which is responsible for HERE Maps, today announced the release of their app for iOS devices.
Unlike the previous version of the HERE Maps that was based on HTML5, this new version has been built from the ground up and offers better performance and more features. One of the significant advantages over Google Maps and Apple Maps, including the ability to save maps for true offline use. It even offers full turn-by-turn voice guidance with spoken street names while driving without an active data connection.
You can save maps to your phone so that the whole HERE app can be put into ‘offline mode’ and it won’t use any data. Even if your iPhone is in flight mode, you can still see where you are, search for places and navigate there on foot, by public transport or by car.
Even with an active data connection, the app makes intelligent use of the offline maps and real-time information like traffic or transit information to use less data.
➤ Here Maps for iOS (Free)