As users of the platform Android have a map service specialized and powerful with those of Nokia spends practically the same. In fact, just days ago you knew the news service Nokia Maps mutated toHere . Well, in order to continue to improve in this area, the Finnish company Nokia has already confirmed that just completed the acquisition of 3D Street-Level Earthmine , or what is the same, a map service in three dimensions baptized as Earthmine . The company explained that with this acquisition is to strengthen its digital mapping services, as the whole team will join the unit working in localization services Nokia and its commercial division. Nokia has followed to the letter marked the roadmap, since the completion of the term of this agreement was scheduled for late 2012 .
To date, the most interesting offers that Nokia has on the table for 3D mapping are Google Earth and Google Street View , services very frequently renewed to offer users a quality service. With Google Earth users have the opportunity to fully explore all corners of the earth. With Google Street View have occasion to see in pictures all the streets to a place of interest, which greatly helps us to locate a poster , when we’re on the ground. As practical is the service that not only works for users of Nokia mobile phones . Since last week, the owners of an iPhone , iPad or iPod Touch are ready to download the application from Nokia Maps for iOS (operating system) from iTunes , the app store and content that the company Apple has open Internet . But, how does influence Earthmine in improving this service?
Well, at this point still unknown how these maps will improve. All we know is that both companies are very happy with the purchase, so we’ll just wait a while to wait for the best results. John Ristevski , co-CEOEarthmine announced that Nokia is a company with a great presence and good vision on the field of cartography. Ristevski literamente said his company could not expect a better place to meet and accelerate its mission to become a major firm in the world of 3D maps . Meanwhile, Nokia has released in the official website to announce the acquisition of Earthmine Inc, as originally announced on November 13 . Thus, says, Earthmine will become an integral part of the maps in 3D so far offered, with the advantage that will take advantage of new processing technologies with the aim of offering the best maps of the world and experience new location to across multiple screens and operating systems . Terms of the transaction were not disclosed, as they are confidential.