Not everyone just uses Waze or Google Maps to navigate their way across both familiar and unfamiliar places. The Here 360 app also has a pretty good user base, and the fact that they continue to add more cities and more public transport features has added to its appeal. In the latest update, they are sort of getting into the Olympic spirit by improving their support for the transport fleet in Rio de Janeiro. Plus, they have also improved on Faroe Islands and public transit in cities in Brazil, Spain, and Greece.

So since the Olympics opening ceremonies is just a couple of days away, those who will be attending the games either to compete or to cheer on their relatives or friends are probably getting ready to travel to the Brazilian city. The 5,000 strong fleet of drivers that will ensure athletes, VIPs, and volunteers get to their respective venue will be using Here 360. Meanwhile, if you’re looking at traveling to the Faroe Islands anytime soon, then you can consider using the navigation app as they have brought a more detailed street coverage in the archipelago.

As for those who rely on Here 360 for their public transit schedules, if you live in Bauru and Marilia in Brazil, Menorca and Valencia in Spain, and Thessaloniki in Greece, then you would want to update your app as new transit lines and stops have been added. Likewise, Romania has added its national railway in their maps, and the San Francisco Bay Area and New England transit line geometry has been updated.

These updates may not have an impact on the bigger picture, but for those who live in or are planning to visit those areas, then this is pretty useful. You can update your Here 360 maps by going to the menu on the left side of your screen, and clicking Download maps and

SOURCE: HERE