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Nicholas Tarnowsky

Nicholas Tarnowsky

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5 Responses to Bing App for Windows Mobile 6.5 Now With Turn-by-Turn GPS

  • Pat says:

    I tried this app on my HD HTC2. This app is awesome. Besides being free, it does turn-by-turn voice direction on the GPS, movie times, and news. Thanks Microsoft.

  • Sam says:

    I’d love to use this version on my HTC Touch 2 (without navigation), but after starting and working for a minute it shows me an error “this app was not designed for your phone” and quits.
    Even if I don’t use navigation it just quits like this.

    Do I need to switch something off to be able to use the app?

  • Kalogris says:

    I HAVE A SPRINT HTC TOUCH PRO 2 and I love this app. Even my husband was impressed and he has the iphone.

  • robsch says:

    Same issue on my Samsung Intrepid running WM 6.5. I liked it on my previous Windows mobile 6.1 phone, but it seems like the hardware support is pretty narrow.

  • Zorro says:

    I don’t have a data plan on my phone (I refuse to pay for internet at home and on the phone) I do have a WIFI on this phone, so the Bing maps work when I am in the hotspot.
    Is it possible to download maps for bing mobile so I can use it without data plan?