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Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Metro for Symbian S60 has fresh public transport info, Symbian UIQ version abandoned

Métro public transport navigation for Symbian
Métro tells you the best way to travel between subway and railway stations, tram and bus stops, tourist attractions, and other places. You can make Métro calculate the fastest route or choose the trip with the minimum number of connections. All major cities on the planet are covered, and lots of smaller cities too. Métro knows the routes and stations of subways, trains, trams, buses, and ferry lines of about 400 cities.

Public transport info is stored on your phone so you can navigate the routes and times without a live mobile internet connection. Great when you're deep down in a subway station without network coverage, and it helps you avoid paying a fortune for international mobile data roaming. Métro works on Symbian S60 and Symbian UIQ.

The latest edition of Métro adds some improvements for Symbian S60. The Symbian UIQ version is maintained no longer now that UIQ itself is not developed further anymore. Public transport info is updated for a number of cities, including Beijing, Chicago, London, Moscow, New York, Paris, Prague, and Singapore.

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