Powered by Guardian.co.ukOvaj članak pod naslovom “Nokia u novom svom OVDJE mape i navigaciju aplikacija za iOS” napisao je Stuart Dredge, za theguardian.com u srijedu 11. mar 2015 13.04 UTC

Nokia je ponovno pokretanje svoje OVDJE mape i navigaciju aplikacija za iOS, nakon zaseka do 4m preuzimanja Android verzije, koja je pokrenula u listopadu 2014.

Kao i na Android, iOS app će biti besplatan za preuzimanje i koristiti kada je lansirao kasnije danas (11 Mart), sa svojim ključnim prodajom ukazuju na njegovu sposobnost za pohranu mape 118 zemlje na uređaj za korištenje offline, štedi na optužbe podataka mobilnoj mreži.

Pozicioniran kao rival Google Maps - i na iOS, the preloaded Apple Maps application – HERE also includes offline turn-by-turn navigation features for drivers, public transport directions for pedestrians, and the ability to pull in live traffic data when online.

HERE was originally unveiled in 2012, initially as an exclusive app to Nokia’s own Windows Phone smartphones, although the plans to expand to Android and iOS was talked about from the start.

Zaista, HERE was pušten kao maternji iOS app u novembru 2012, prije nego što su uklonjeni iz Appleov App Store u prosincu 2013 zbog vjerovanja kompanije koja - u riječima glasnogovornika - "Nedavne promjene na iOS 7 naškoditi korisničko iskustvo ".

Aplikacija je od tada pokrenut za Samsung Galaxy brendirani Android pametne telefone u avgustu 2014, pre beta verzija išli žive u glavnom Google Play Android App Store da je decembar.

The app izašla iz beta u veljači 2015, na kojem ističu da je preuzet više od 3m puta, although Nokia told the Guardian that it has added another 1m Android downloads in the month since then.

iOS is likely to provide a significant boost to that total, even if Nokia is unlikely to reach the 10m downloads in two days achieved by the standalone Google Maps app after its release for iOS in December 2012, shortly after Apple had removed the version preloaded on its devices.

U aprilu 2014, Microsoft bought Nokia’s devices and services business, with HERE remaining part of the company left behind in Finland as an independent entity.

While the consumer app is free to download and use, Nokia makes money from HERE through licensing deals for its data – for example for satellite navigation systems installed in cars, as well as to Microsoft.

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