Engadget: Nokia Drive is the best offline navigational tool on the market
August 2, 2012 at 16:27 GMT | By John Williams
Now here is a collectors item! An Engadget editor making a fair assessment of a product related to Microsoft and Nokia? That's a first for us and I'm pretty sure for many of you. Darren Murph, Engadget Managing Editor spent some time with the indomitable Nokia Lumia 900 for the purpose of putting Nokia Drive through its paces.
To prove the point that most of that most of these tech writers like to bash Windows Phone without using it, Darren confesses that he was "downright shocked at just how fast everything operated." This is what we've been saying all this time.
Darren took his Nokia Lumia 900 on a road-trip, maily focusing on the navigation app's off-line capabilities. He concludes:
All in all, however, I can confidently say that Nokia Drive is the best purely offline navigational tool on the market, on any mobile platform. If you count yourself a Lumia owner already, there's no reason to not take advantage of the power within - it's a free download, after all.Read the full review here.
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