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Nokia Transport App for Windows Phone Devices
If you travel a lot and use a Windows Phone, this application may be of interest. XDA Forum Member EgoMaximus brings us news of the Nokia Transport for Windows Phone, a complete and powerful tool for those on the move. While originally intended simply for Nokia devices, it should work on interop unlocked devices as well.
You will find detailed information with integrated data for traveling by foot or mass transit. It covers 46 countries, 512 cities, and 24 languages. Some of the features available are viewing route ETAs and the option to check the timetables to see your scheduled departure and arrival times.
Nokia Transport aggregates information from over 700 of the leading public transit agencies, such as BVG and VBB in Berlin, Rejseplanen in Denmark and DeLijn in Flanders. So you are guaranteed to have the best-in-industry information. Working on all Windows Phone devices
It’s important to mention that this app has better coverage on the cities in Europe mentioned on the original post.
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