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Motorola Android-powered Handsets in India to get upgraded version of MapMyIndia maps

Motorola India has made available the new and upgraded version of maps of India free for Android-powered handsets — Milestone 1&2, Milestone XT720 1&2 and Backflip 1&2 — launched in India. The application, powered by MapMyIndia, offers voice-guided street-level navigation and routing in 620 cities and 576,000 towns and villages in India.

Motorola India has made available the new and upgraded version of maps of India free for Android-powered handsets — Milestone 1&2, Milestone XT720 1&2 and Backflip 1&2 — launched in India. The application, powered by MapMyIndia, offers voice-guided street-level navigation and routing in 620 cities and 576,000 towns and villages in India.

“We believe in offering the latest to our consumers in India,” Faisal Siddiqui, country head, Motorola Mobility India, has said. “The new maps are more detailed and include information such as business districts, offices and market locations.”

Initial start up of the service and access to upgrade versions of MapMyIndia maps requires access to GPRS. In order to use the service, consumers need to first launch ‘India’ maps from Motorola’s MotoNav application. The GPS navigation service is free with no activation or data charges and is independent of mobile networks, according to Motorola.

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