Nokia Maps Suite Updated For Symbian Phones
By on December 21st, 2011

Today, in a blog post Nokia announced that a new version of the Nokia Maps Suite is now available for download for Symbian handset users. The update brings about some major changes in the Nokia Pulse app, including few login prompts, improved notifications and much more.

The update also removes the Live View app from the Nokia Maps suite, but the app is still available for download as a standalone app.

Below is the full change-log for the update-:

Pulse  v0.91.21

  • Login fewer Nokia Account login prompts
  • Notifications more reliable push notifications
  • Keyboard various bug fixes including stuck CAP lock, frozen cursor, delete key stops functioning, and we also added split-screen feature
  • Interoperability compatible with latest versions of various Qt components, especially important because the latest Store client available this week uses a new version of a dependency that is not compatible with the previous Pulse v0.91(6)

Live View

Public Transport

  • No changes


  • No changes
The latest version of Nokia Maps suite can be downloaded from Nokia’s site or from the Nokia/Ovi Store.
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