HERE App Available for Free on Google Play (Still a Beta)
Article by George Norman
On 15 Dec 2014
Back in October, I was glad to report that HERE for Android was rolled out as a Beta on Samsung Galaxy Apps, the app store that used to be called Samsung Apps.

It’s now mid-December and I’m glad to report that HERE for Android has also been rolled as a Beta to Google Play, the app store that used to be called Android Market.

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HERE, Nokia’s powerful mapping software that was formerly known as Ovi Maps and Nokia Maps, is available for Android users on two app stores: Samsung Galaxy Apps and Google Play.

The app has been on Samsung’s app store since early October. In the brief time it has been available to the public, it has been downloaded by more than a million people. Android users in Germany and the US were the most eager to get their hands on HERE for Android.

A few days ago, HERE landed on Google’s app store. Even more Android users from around the world can now get the app, put it to the test, and enjoy the wonderful functionality it has to offer. Speaking of which, here’s a look at HERE’s main features.

HERE for Android – Main Features
  • Maps – maps for nearly 100 countries are available; said maps can be downloaded and used offline.
  • Public transport – maps and directions for more than 800 cities in over 40 countries are available; public transport maps and directions are also available offline.
  • Offline navigation – interactive maps and turn-by-turn voice guidance are available when you’re offline.
  • Beta.here.com – go to beta.here.com to plan your next journey.
  • Collections – take your favorite places and create Collections; use Collections to personalize your map.
  • Share – via Glympse, you can share your location with others in real time.

Additional info on HERE is available on here.com and 360.here.com.

The aforementioned here.com website has recently been redesigned. Click here to see what the reinvented here.com website has to offer.




Tags: Google, Google Play, Android, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy Apps, Nokia, HERE, app, maps, Beta
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