Nokia Drive+ Beta availability extended to more Windows Phones

After more than 6 months of delay, since its announcement, Nokia finally made its Drive+ app available to Windows Phone users in major territories like the US, UK and Canada. Earlier, the service of the app extended just to Lumia range of Windows Phone handsets.

A lot of Windows Phone smartphone users had expressed disappointment earlier, owing to the lack of free voice-guided directions and exclusivity of the Nokia Drive+ Beta turn-by-turn navigation app for just Lumia handsets. Most native Windows Phone 8 maps apps were not up to mark.

The app is still in the Beta stage, but has fine-tuned customer experience. Users get access to full turn-by-turn voice-guided navigation, offline maps, speed limit warnings, and various day and night modes.

Nokia Drive + Beta

Nokia has even included a “feedback” tab, which will take into account experiences from the app users and members of the Windows Phone community.

Nokia Drive+ Beta turn-by-turn navigation app features:

  1. Full offline support for 89 countries across the world
  2. Turn-by-turn, voice guided navigation with spoken street names
  3. Local speed limit information with audible speed limit warnings
  4. 60+ different voice guidance packs available for FREE download

So now, put all your travel related worries to rest, move freely and reach your destination safely with Drive+ Beta turn-by-turn navigation app from Nokia.

Download Nokia Drive+ Beta turn-by-turn navigation app from the Windows Phone Store for free.

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The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in technology and has an immense interest in following Microsoft and other technology developments around the world. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player.

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