Bing app with Navigation for Windows Mobile released!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


The Bing app for Windows Mobile was released today. In addition to the existing search functionality, you can now get real-time driving directions with voice guidance (including street names and distances) if you have a GPS-enabled Windows Mobile 6 phone.

In addition to being free, this app offers some other advantages over other popular GPS navigation devices. For example, you don't need to download or pay for periodic map updates, as this happens automatically when Bing updates its map servers. The app also shows traffic conditions on the map and by default it generates routes that avoid traffic.

Obligatory screenshots follow...

This is the screen that you see when you open the app:

Bing home

Here is the screen that shows for a couple of seconds while the app generates a route:

Generating route

Here is the list view of your route:

List view

Here is the map view:

Map view

You can download it by going to m.bing.com/download on your Windows Mobile device.

Here is the official announcement.

Tags: bing, navi, release, winmo | Posted at 12:32 | Comments (0)


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