Nokia's map app for iPhones and iPads utilizes data from Navteq, which provides its information to the majority of in-car navigation systems, CNET reported Tuesday.
In addition to the usual driving directions, the app also offers step-by-step, voice-guided navigation for travelers on foot.
In a bow to social media, Here Maps users can create and save maps and points of interest that can be accessed and shared by others.
A cloud-based platform, Here Maps' goal is "creating more personal maps that change how we navigate our lives," Nokia head Stephen Elop said.
Though having its debut on iOS 6 devices, Here Maps will be offered to most mobile operating systems in the coming months, with a software development kit for Android set for the first quarter of 2013.
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