TomTom finally have released its navigation app for Android devices with all those features which were not fully present in Google Maps and the big one of those is offline maps. The TomTom maps are stored in your device and no mobile data is needed when you are on the go, hence no fee to be cost.
According to the reports, Nokia Maps are going to be used by Amazon for the next Kindle Fire. While currently Kindle Fire does not support mapping or location services, however stepping on to Apple's path Amazon also decides to avoid Google Maps. That is told by tells some people to Reuters.
A popular navigation services provider, TomTom, has announced that they are previewing a navigation application for Android platform at IFA 2012. The Android application will incorporate with TomTom navigation, map and HD traffic details, IQ Routing with the fastest routes and the most accurate arrival times. The application is set for release in October 2012.
Flickr (A Yahoo! company) has officially announced that they have partnered with Nokia to bring up-to-date map data tiles from Nokia's NAVTEQ maps to help their users geotagging their photos, discovering places, or simply want to see where other people’s amazing images were taken. Flickr will be providing now more detailed maps from the most reputed mapping experience from Nokia.