Nokia Transport 2.3 Beta updated: what you need to know
Nokia Transport version 2.3 is still very much in Beta form, which means it’s not been commercially released yet. However, you can download it for free from the Beta Labs website. You’ll need to login before you can get the download but that does allow you to feedback your findings with the app.
The Nokia Transport 2.3 Beta comes with a host of improvements, including a more intuitive interface that comes with a new transport mode, as well as POI (Points of Interest) icons.
Nokia Transport version 2.3 Beta weighs in at 4MB, so it’s a quick download. Rather than over-writing the previous version of Nokia Transport it actually installs it as a separate app, so you’ll need to delete the earlier version as and when you’re ready.
Nokia has also added the option to get over-the-air updates for Nokia Transport 2.3 Beta, which should make the app easier to keep updated, particularly with new cities, routes and schedules.
It’s possible to see at a glance with Nokia Transport 2.3 Beta the next leg of your journey thanks to improvements on the visual interface. New icons for the different modes of transport, such as bus, train, tube have been added so you see where you need to be going at a glance.
The interface has been improved so that swiping left or right reveal your previous destination, or the new POI icons.
Search has also been improved so that now you simply enter the name of your station and Transport prioritises public transport stations to the top of your search results.
If you’ve already got an account with Beta Labs then all you need do is login and download. New users will need to register.
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