Nokia Transport Loses Beta Label, Now a Full App
Nokia today revealed that its Nokia Transport application for Windows Phones is no longer a beta and has graduated to full app status. Nokia Transport targets urban users of mass transit, and offers routes and timetable information regarding buses, trains, and subway systems in large cities. In addition to shedding its beta label, the app adds the ability to search for nearby mass transit services based on user location. Nokia Transport offers best routes and departure times in more than 100 cities and metropolitan areas, and offers estimated routes and timetables in 450 more. Nokia plans to increase the availability of detailed transit schedules to more cities over time. Nokia Transport 126.96.36.199 is a free download from the Marketplace for Mobile for Nokia's Lumia smartphones.
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