For many long time Internet users, MapQuest is a name that is decidedly old school. Before Google Maps and Bing Maps, the MapQuest web service, which launched in 1995, was the best way to map out locations on the Internet. MapQuest was later acquired by AOL in 2000.
The clean, modern design shows real-time traffic conditions, calculates driving routes, and supplies voice-guided directions. Handy optional map layers make it easy to find restaurants, hotels, and other places of interest. Pin your destination to Start for quick access, with Live Tile updates based on your current location.
While Nokia Lumia devices have their own Nokia Maps app and Microsoft has the Bing Maps app to download, it's always good to have another well produced map app in the Windows Phone Store. That's especially true since it's highly unlikely that Google will ever release a Google Maps app for Windows Phone devices, even though Microsoft and Google recently announced they would work together on a Windows Phone YouTube app.
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