Nokia makes Lord navigation service available for more Android devices




Nokia has its Lord card service rolled out to Android devices only to Samsung Galaxy models. It is as yet a test release for devices with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or higher. The app is not yet reflected in the Google Play Store.

Nokia has the beta apk from his Lord-navigation for Android available made. The company wants the early release of the app to receive feedback before it proceeds to a broad official rollout of the final service. Users need the Lord app provisional side-loading and can not receive automatic updates inside. The beta is not officially available in the Play Store. The Finnish manufacturer gives an explanation about the side-loading on its site.

Why is the Lord app since late August in the Galaxy Samsung Apps store. Is not yet known when Lord for Android comes in the Play Store. Smart phones with at least Android 4.1 Jelly Bean now only run the software and Nokia recommends a smartphone with at least 1GB of RAM and a screen size of between four and six inch handle for Lord. The card service offers offline navigation for nearly one hundred countries, public transport information for more than eight hundred cities in forty countries and live traffic information for more than forty countries.


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