Engadget’s Managing Editor “Darren Murph” decided to take “Nokia Offline Drive” on a ride to review the application . And guess what he sounds like a fan when recommending it as the sole reason for switching over to Lumia devices. According to him, Nokia Drive is the best purely offline navigational tool on the market, on any mobile platform.
Nokia Drive is really that good!! Yes, we knew it already, but it coming from Engadget is much sweeter 🙂
So, allow to me quote some of their views about Nokia Drive.
If you’re an avid traveler, and you haven’t given Windows Phone a chance, you should. Nokia Drive is honestly reason enough to consider switching if you use your phone for navigating as much as you do texting or calling, and I’ve reason to believe that it’ll only get better with age. After all, the company now shares hallways with a few folks from Bing Maps — folks who have designed some pretty impressive travel tools themselves.
And also that
All in all, however, I can confidently say that Nokia Drive is the best purely offline navigational tool on the market, on any mobile platform. If you count yourself a Lumia owner already, there’s no reason to not take advantage of the power within — it’s a free download, after all. For those considering a switch, the timing couldn’t be weirder. A Lumia 900 is still a bargain, even at $99 on a 2-year AT&T contract, but Microsoft has already confirmed that it’ll never (ever!) get Windows Phone 8.
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