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NokConv: Nokia Transport updates for WP8, WP7 and Symbian

| November 23, 2012 | 7 Replies

Nokia has updated their Nokia Transport app for WP8, WP7 and Symbian devices.

  • Improved interface
  • Segment map – detailed view for parts of your journey
  • Plan in advance
  • More info about train departures

http://conversations.nokia.com/2012/11/22/nokia-transport-updates-for-wp8-wp7-and-symbian/

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Cheers Viipottaja for the tip!

 

 

 

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  • http://www.omreddy.com Mahesh

    the new update also includes indian cities like bangalore and chennai.. :)

  • SKUZZY

    Seems like my N9 is really forgotten now. No Update for Meego.

    • Jeff

      Yep treated way worse than Symbian, has been almost since day one, sadly.

    • Jeff

      This is one of the few apps they’re still actively developing for harmattan though (at least until very recently), so I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s one final hurrah.

  • migo

    The app’s definitely getting better, nice to see it adding a variety of transit options, but they’re still missing the bus system in Vancouver, which is bizarre. I wonder how many other regions still have a major chunk of transit info missing.

    • viipottaja

      In the WP8 version Washington DC appears to be missing.. It was in on the WP7 version so I gather it will soon come.

      • migo

        I dunno, it’s bizarre. There’s no reason for Bing maps to lack transit directions, and if Nokia and MS are working together, if Bing Maps has transit directions for a locale, Nokia maps should too.

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