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  1. Mile#WP's Avatar

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    I'm in Bing, and do a search for a place. Bing shows me the local results along with Bing Map.

    If I click one of the results in the list, I get the name, phone, address, ratings, hours, etc. All great stuff. But if I click the address here, it brings it up on Bing map and then if I click directions it uses bing maps for that. How great would it be to have it use Nokia Drive once I click on Directions or even before that - when I click on the address?

    I can see no way to set this preference. And I can't find any other threads in this forum regarding this...which surprises me....
  2. Verkunder's Avatar

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    Copy the address, then open Drive. I think that's the best you can do.
  3. jdevenberg's Avatar

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    Ya, I don't think there is a way to switch the default map application.
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    Has this been updated to change yet? Maps gives me a weird route while Here Drive+ gives me the more logical route.
    Last edited by Likwidz; 03-25-2015 at 02:12 PM.

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