MapmyIndia Offline Navigation App Now Available For iOS Devices

By Vivek
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One of the popular navigation app developer and digital mapping firm MapmyIndia today launched offline navigation map called NaviMaps, for Apple's iOS for Rs. 620 that will be able to show house level addresses in around 80 Indian cities. Thus iOS users can download the app for their device via iTunes.

MapmyIndia Offline Navigation App Now Available For iOS Devices

 

For Android users, the NaviMaps offline navigation app was available via the Google Play Store since a long time. However, this is not a completely free app but is a freemium one, which demands the user to pay for its services if they want to continue using it after three days of free access.

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"Millions of Apple users in India can now enjoy this app which features, for the first time in India, house-level navigation, regional language voice guidance in 10 languages and international navigation which included Sri Lanka, Bangladesh & Nepal," MapmyIndia Managing Director Rakesh Verma said in a statement.

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The NaviMaps will work even if the phone does not have access to internet connection. One of its key highlights is offline navigation, which enables users to save maps to view it later. Moreover, also live traffic data can be seen for areas like Delhi, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Noida, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan, Thane, Pune and Bengaluru.

The application has house level data for all major Indian cities which include: Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Jaipur.

You can download the app for iOS from here.

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