5 good reasons to try HERE Maps on your iPhone or Android device

5 good reasons to try HERE Maps on your iPhone or Android device
Initially available only on Windows Phone devices, HERE Maps (formerly known as Ovi Maps and Nokia Maps) can now be downloaded on Android and iOS, thus being accessible to most smartphone users around the world. Android was the first major platform to get HERE Maps (in the second half of 2014), with iOS following this year.

While it's similar in many aspects to Google Maps and Apple Maps (the default maps and navigation apps on Android and iOS, respectively), HERE Maps is a worthy alternative, and it actually offers a major feature that Apple and Google have yet to implement. In fact, there are several reasons why you should give HERE Maps a try, even if you already like Apple Maps and/or Google Maps. Check them out below.

It's worth mentioning that HERE Maps for Android and HERE Maps for iOS have high ratings (in Google Play and Apple's App Sore, respectively), so it's not just us who think it's a well made application. Of course, we're not suggesting you should ditch Google Maps or Apple Maps for HERE Maps, but trying them all won't hurt.

Have you tried HERE Maps yet? If the answer is yes, let us know what you like and dislike about it in the comments section. If the answer is no, you can download the app via the links below.

Download: HERE Maps for Android, HERE Maps for iOS


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