[Published on: Jul 30, 2014] MapmyIndia’s NaviMaps app for offline navigation is already available on Google Play for Android users and now the company launched this app on iTunes app store for iOS users.
This is very useful GPS based application which allows you to download it for free and after using it 3 days you’ll have to pay for its services.
MapmyIndia NaviMaps app has 3.9/5 rating on Google Play but almost disappointed user reviews. But as we all know the human nature slow to appreciate and quick to complain, we can’t ignore it until we try it for sometime!
So, the MapmyIndia app is now also compatible with Apple devices. The specialty of this phone which emerging curiously is its offline navigation feature. The Offline Navigation enables users to store maps for later referral. For an instance you’re travelling in an area with no Internet coverage, then Offline Navigation feature will be proven every helpful for you!
Live traffic data is available amazingly for areas like Delhi, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Noida, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan, Thane, Pune and Bengaluru.
The app is FREEMIUM which includes free maps for India and for enhanced voice guidance and navigation features there is the option for an ‘in-app’ purchase. After the trial period you can continue to use the free app or upgrade to the full voice guided navigation app and also get access to regular map updates as per MapmyIndia’s update plans.
The free version of NaviMaps offers three alternate routes along with one pedestrian route, live traffic information, location and route sharing, single line predictive destination search and much more.
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The MapmyInda’s NaviMaps App for iOS requires iOS 5.0 or later and ompatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
This app can be downloaded in your iOS device from iTunes and in Android phone from Google Play. I hope you’ll like to hear about this news!
It’s a good app but not that good as compared to Google maps. Right?