Nokia Transport is now out of beta, with the Finnish phone maker rolling it out to Microsoft’s Windows Phone Marketplace.
Nokia Transport, a navigational application that allows users to get directions from location A to B via public transit, just launched last month in beta. The app provides several routes for you to choose and follow. It also has the ability to look at earlier and later departures of the app’s chosen route.
Now that it is out of beta, Nokia Transport offers additional options for travel, which include multiple routes and departures in over 100 cities and directions without timetables in more than 450 cities.
The first stable release has been updated to give users the convenience of pinning all key destinations on the start screen of their Nokia Lumia Windows Phone devices and shows off the latest search features.
Nokia Maps 184.108.40.206 is now available in the Windows Phone Marketplace. However, the Finnish phone hardware and software maker adds that this might not yet be true for all regions worldwide.
“There might be a publishing delay (1-2 days) on Windows Phone Marketplace in your country or region,” Nokia explains. “The new version of Nokia Transport is labeled as 220.127.116.11, check for that version when you launch Windows Phone Marketplace and try to download. If you see 18.104.22.168, then it’s the old version of Nokia Transport.”
Nokia Transport runs on the Nokia Lumia 610, Nokia Lumia 710, Nokia Lumia 800 and the Nokia Lumia 900.