New version of MapsWithMe app: reliable offline maps for travelers

MapsWithMe, a world map provider, has launched an update to MapsWithMe Pro app. When iOS users are not fully satisfied with the native map application, MapsWithMe 2.2 offers travelers an alternative solution, trusted by thousands of users worldwide.
Nov. 2, 2012 - PRLog -- Recently updated MapsWithMe Pro has a new Bookmarks feature which allows users to mark places on the map and create custom sets of locations. Bookmarks have custom titles and tags, and they can be easily collected into topical sets. This feature helps users to personalize their experience when they travel or go out.

Besides Bookmarks, the new version has improved search algorithm. Enhanced Search, working offline as well, comes only in Pro version, and now it allows searching specific places or streets by combining search terms and key words. Comparing to similar applications, the search works remarkably fast, as well as map rendering. With all this functionality, MapsWithMe definitely deserves top rates it receives at App Store.

MapsWithMe is a mobile application for iOS and Android devices. It provides detailed maps of the world that work completely offline. It is possible to download the map of any country and then use it on a mobile device without internet access.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 38.1 MB

MapsWithMe are a team of developers who were united in 2010 by a dream to create a perfect tool for travelers - the fastest maps of all countries and all cities of the World, the maps with the very fresh data, which work with or without Internet connection on mobile devices, tablets and desktop computers. We ourselves are mad about the maps, and happy to share our passion with you.
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