As the technology advances, the traditions are left behind or soon to be discarded. Newspapers found themselves to be transformed into digital formats, off the web classified advertising vanished slowly with the newspaper business, information finders became digitized, music on DVDs and CDs became less popular and being replaced by digital copies for easier access through premium playlists and customized orders; now you may find that the idea of going to a gas station or a map store to get a map is also outdated.
Tech companies like Google and Apple and Nokia make map outdated with their turn by turn navigation applications that you could download for free forever and whenever you please. Not only those turn by turn maps are accurate up to the year, month, and day, these maps also are pretty fun and easy to use such as demanding a direction through voice.
We cannot deny that smart phones are responsible for the popularity of turn by turn navigation applications. Don’t we have to feel bad for the turn by turn navigation makers that charge hundred of dollars for their devices? Certainly, Google and others didn’t think so! For your information, Nokia has just released a free turn by turn navigation application that works with Nokia’s smart phones, and this application renders accurate maps for 74 countries plus traffic information for 10 countries — and as long you could understand 46 languages that it supports, you’ll be just fine.