The online OVI maps service, which has recently been rebranded as the Nokia Maps, has been given a face lift in terms of its overall look and appearance while navigation and better GPS based tracking has also been added.
Now as opposed to accessing m.maps.ovi.com, users will have to access m.maps.nokia.com for using the same service.
The Nokia Maps now come with a default blue theme. Besides, popular tourists destinations can now been seen in 3D as well. Heat maps, another feature of it, show the temperature of a particular place. Users can also access points of interests like café, hotels etc.
This service as of now is only available for Delhi in India along with several other cities worldwide.
Coincidentally, today Google has also announced another upgrade for its maps application which enables its users to see 3D images that almost replicates the real scene. Whether it was a planned move on Nokia’s part or just pure coincidence well we will definitely see in the times to come.