Motorola offers free update to its MotoNav maps for Android smartphones in India

23 Sep

Motorola today announced a free update to its MotoNav turn-by-turn navigation service that will add more points of interests for users of its portfolio of Android smartphones – the Milestone, Milestone XT720 and Backflip. Motorola has tied up with MapMyIndia for maps for Indian cities and the updated maps will provide navigation services for 576,000 towns and villages and over ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­two million points of interest like budget/premium hotels, petrol pumps, eating joints, ATMs, hospitals as well as tourist and religious spots.



The maps are stored locally on the phone, enabling users to use navigation services even when there is no cellular/data service available.

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