Nokia’s rebranded mapping service will soon arrive on iPhones and and Android devices, under the moniker of Here. For Android users this isn’t a huge deal, but for iPhone owners living in the age of iOS 6, it could change a lot. Nokia’s maps, on other platforms, have been fantastic. The apps aren’t quite available yet, but the web-based version of Here is functional on mobile browsers, offering a glimpse of what we can expect. What’s so great about it? Quite a bit, actually. Read the full story at Gizmodo.
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