Location based services and maps company MapmyIndia has released a new version of its maps - version 8.1, which would be included in all the existing and new MapmyIndia navigation solutions. The company says the new version brings along Hindi Maps (i.e. maps with Hindi text) to 10 cities across Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, J&K , Punjab and Uttaranchal. The new version 8.1 now claims to cover 10.54 million places of interest and over 2 million road kilometers across 600,000 villages with advanced information like one-ways, turn restrictions, dividers, service lanes, round-abouts, flyovers, tolls, slip roads and ramps in the country. It also claims to offer maps for 52 cities with house-level details, 66 cities with 3D city models and street level maps for 6,028 Indian cities. In comparison, the previous map version (v8.0) had claimed to cover 10.33 million places and 1.9 million road…
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