Nokia along with its famous range of Lumia phones today at its MWC press conference, the company announced two new Windows Phone apps and a Nokia Drive 2.0 update too for its range of Lumia devices. The Nokia Drive 2.0 will be released as a free update on the Windows Phone Marketplace for existing Lumia devices – the application can be downloaded by Windows Phone Nokia Drive users’ offline.
Another Windows Phone application revealed today is Nokia Transport which is designed to help you with live public transport information and updates – the app is previously available on Symbian, the Windows phone version adds support for the journey to the home screen and will be available at over 46 major cities worldwide at launch time.
A brand new Windows app for Lumia devices also added today, name as Nokia Reading, which will work as an integrated hub – providing access to news, audiobooks, and ebooks in a digital magazine format, allowing users to simply add the RSS feeds they love. The mobile maker company has agreement with a number on online publications and even looking further to expand this base in future – planning to update the app with a new stream feature allowing Windows Phone user to pin the new streams.