Nokia Public Transport for Symbian updated to v2.1

Nokia Public Transport for Symbian updated to v2.1
Nokia Beta Labs has released a pretty significant update to the Public Transport app. Nokia’s navigation for public transportation is a fairly far reaching application, with time based information on mass transit services across Europe as well as major mass transit markets in the US and Canada. Time-estimated routing is also available in parts of South America, South Africa, India, China and Australia.

Nokia has provided a long list in the change log. All builds of the touchscreen Symbian platform are supported (with a few differences between firmware versions). There is more coverage for the US and China. The app is also integrated with Nokia Maps.

You can download Nokia Public Transport from Nokia Beta Labs or the Ovi Store.

sources: Nokia Beta Labs, My Nokia Blog



1. megaSUNNY

Posts: 88; Member since: Jun 26, 2012

even after 28 minutes no one is interested to comment

2. alterecho

Posts: 1106; Member since: Feb 23, 2012

I've been contemplating on getting the 701 but am unable to decide since WP8 is launching soon, HTC planning major cost cuts, Symbian being phased out, I have a wp7 wth a puny 8gb which is totally restricting, now there seems to be some support for Symbian,... man this is difficult.

3. megaSUNNY

Posts: 88; Member since: Jun 26, 2012

waiting for wp8 is better i think.i mean from nokia not others!

4. pikapowerize

Posts: 1869; Member since: May 03, 2012

get the 701? better buy 808... yes its symbian but its really good.. even nokia is rumored to release a pureview lumia on nokia world.. but 808 pureview is one worthy of money... and it might be updated to belle fp2 which is one step closer to ICS of android... symbian is still worth a money... not a battery hog if you love listening to music and etc......

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