Motorola outs maps of India for devices working on Android

Motorola Those who intend to explore India by road, have dulcet news in store for them. Motorola India has introduced an enticing service for its users which offers maps of India in a freshly upgraded version. This service is proffered for Android-powered handsets including the Milestone, Milestone XT720 and Backflip.

“We believe in offering the latest to our consumers in India,” stated Faisal Siddiqui, Country Head, Motorola Mobility India. The new maps are more detailed and include information such as business districts, offices and market locations. Navigate on Motorola’s Android-powered handsets across 620 cities in India for a truly enjoyable experience.”

This service renders voice-guided navigation and routing in major national and state highways as well as for cities. Travelers can plot 576,000 towns and villages including more than two million points of interest. It locates destinations like petrol pumps, budget/premium hotels, ATMs, eating joints, hospitals coupled with tourist and religious spots.

The maps of India are offered free with a lifetime free access to voice-guided street-level navigable MapmyIndia maps for 620 cities all over the country. In order to access this service handset owners have to activate ‘India’ maps through Motorola’s Motonav application. The GPS navigation works free of cost and is independent of mobile networks as well as activation or data charges. Moreover, this service can be procured without even inserting the SIM card.