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  1. generalsu's Avatar
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    I think Nokia Maps is better than Google Maps. But here in Singapore, Nokia Maps does not provide bus routes for directions, especially at night. Google Maps has a huge advantage over Nokia Maps regarding this. It'll probably take a while before Nokia Maps will include bus routes for direction results, but right now I would either carry an Android phone or stay at home for the night to not get lost.
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    #127  
    There is nothing about Nokia Maps I like. Bingle Maps and gMaps are so much better, at every aspect.
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    I found a trick to get the old maps back...
    1- write any address in an email and send it to your self
    2- open the email from your phone
    3- the address should look like a link
    4- click on the link and it will be opened by the good ol' maps app
    5- go to settings and download the app

    Glad I found this trick as I HATE the Nokia maps!!!!!!!
  4. vlad0's Avatar
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    #129  
    I have both Nokia maps and google maps on my phone... for the USofA indexing/poi is better on gmaps than Nokia maps. Nokia maps works better for me in S.America/Europe, and since you don't need data to use it, its great for travel.

    I guess Nokia Maps will eventually catch up to google maps here in the US, but for now... its not there just yet.
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    #130  
    Quote Originally Posted by Tarik Jebbour View Post
    I found a trick to get the old maps back...
    1- write any address in an email and send it to your self
    2- open the email from your phone
    3- the address should look like a link
    4- click on the link and it will be opened by the good ol' maps app
    5- go to settings and download the app

    Glad I found this trick as I HATE the Nokia maps!!!!!!!
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    #131  
    Quote Originally Posted by Tarik Jebbour View Post
    I found a trick to get the old maps back...
    1- write any address in an email and send it to your self
    2- open the email from your phone
    3- the address should look like a link
    4- click on the link and it will be opened by the good ol' maps app
    5- go to settings and download the app

    Glad I found this trick as I HATE the Nokia maps!!!!!!!
    That doesn't work for me. Although, it does open Bing Maps, I dont get an option to download app. I only get Nokia Maps options like download maps or check for update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjaap View Post
    That doesn't work for me. Although, it does open Bing Maps, I dont get an option to download app. I only get Nokia Maps options like download maps or check for update.
    Just search for "Maps" (by Mohammed Adenwala") in the Store. It's a shortcut that opens Bing Maps.
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