Android and iOS customers who frequently peruse maps for navigation is going to be pleased to learn which HERE Maps offers customers a handy feature, that is notably missing in Apple company Maps and Google Roadmaps.
What is this capability you wonder? Free traditional turn-by-turn navigation. That's correct, while one is required to have Internet connection (to obtain GPS access) for utilizing Google Maps and Apple company Maps' turn-by-turn navigation, HERE Maps will let users obtain access to this feature even traditional.
HERE maps, previously referred to as Nokia Maps, will allow both Android and iOS customers who download the application access offline turn-by-turn routing.
"With HERE, you can plan your journey in advance and save a map of the destination right on your own phone. With maps for greater than a 100 countries around the planet, you'll never be lost - even if offline, " notes the actual app's description.
So so how exactly does one get the traditional feature? Here's how:
Step one: Download the HERE Maps app for the iOS or Android gadget.
Step 2: Next, download the maps from the areas which are of interest for you from the main menus of HERE Maps. You are able to download maps for nations, continents or merely says - it's your discernment.
Step 3: Remember to have adequate free space for storage on your iOS or even Android device as these types of maps - especially the actual continent ones - occupy a substantial amount of memory. Use a Wi-Fi link with download as it will likely be faster.
Step 4: When the maps have been downloaded you are able to navigate offline. Simply key-in the location you intend to head to in the actual search bar. Hitting the Directions button (on the low right corner) will provide the route options.
HERE Map users may also plan set routes through point A to stage B. The maps can give users route options with regard to both pedestrians and vehicle.
In the event the user wants his device to remain connected to the Web, but does not wish how the HERE Maps deploys the information, then the "Use app offline" option will be handy. One needs to navigate the primary Menu to enable the possibility.
Google is also expected to release an offline turn-by-turn routing option for users associated with Google Maps. However, using the feature yet to appear, HERE Maps has a definite advantage over rivals Apple company Maps and Google Roadmaps.
To take advantage from the offline turn-by-turn navigation function, download HERE Maps withregard to Android or iOS.