MapQuest has just released their map and navigation app for the Android operating system. So for those of you who are looking for a free alternative to Google Maps – MapQuest is just for you. It makes use of OpenStreetMap – maps that can be edited and updated by users anywhere, all the time. In addition to letting you know where you are, MapQuest can get you where you want to be with its free turn-by-turn navigation with voice guidance whether you’re driving or walking. It also has voice search and live traffic updates to ensure you a pleasant drive to where you’re going. If your phone is running on at least Android 1.6, you can head over to the Android Market to download it for free.
Next Story: Marvel Edition Xbox Versus Fighting pad
- 2014-04-18: Chuwi Cloned Lenovo’s Android-Powered Yoga Tablets
- 2014-04-17: Galaxy S5 Review
- 2014-04-17: Madison For Android Declares War On In-App Advertisements
- 2014-04-17: Flickr 3.0 Brings Filters, Editing Tools And More
- 2014-04-16: Possible Redesigned Google+ App For Android Spotted
- 2012-10-04: TomTom for Android makes its way into the Google Play store
- 2012-08-29: TomTom for Android to be announced at IFA
- 2012-08-14: Telenav Scout gets offline navigation
- 2012-08-01: Wifarer app provides real-time indoor navigation
- 2012-06-06: TomTom to launch on Android devices "fairly soon"