FINNISH PHONE MAKER Nokia has taken the beta label off its Transport application, which is now rolling out on the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Nokia Transport made its debut last month and is a navigation application that aims to get you from A to B on public transport. The application offers multiple routes for users to choose from, and comes with the ability to view earlier and later departures that the one the app has chosen.
Now that it has shed its beta label, the app comes with a lot more travel options including routes and departure in more than 100 cities and non-scheduled instructions in over 450 cities.
The updated application also allows users to pin all of their important destinations to the start screens of their Lumia smartphones and boasts updated search features.
Nokia Maps 220.127.116.11 is available now in the Windows Phone Marketplace, but the Finnish company warns that it might not be available in all regions yet.
"There might be a publishing delay (1-2 days) on Windows Phone Marketplace in your country or region," Nokia explains.
"The new version of Nokia Transport is labelled as 18.104.22.168, check for that version when you launch Windows Phone Marketplace and try to download. If you see 22.214.171.124, then it's the old version of Nokia Transport." µ
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