MapMyIndia brings NaviMaps to iOS MapMyIndia has released an iOS version of its navigation app NaviMaps that offers voice navigation in regional languages. The app provides regional language guidance in 10 languages, automatic traffic based re-routing and maps for Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh. It also provides real-time journey updates on Facebook. The app works on a freemium model where its free to use with limited features and offers a 3 day trial. It offers an in-app purchase of Map updates for Rs 299 and a full featured lifetime pro-guidance for Rs 620. MapMyIndia had earlier released the Android version of NaviMaps in May this year. Amar Ujala launches hyperlocal sites in Shimla and Jammu Hindi news daily Amar Ujala has recently launched two hyperlocal websites for Shimla and Jammu. These hyperlocal websites provide local news in politics, crime and bureaucracy along with campus coverage, sports and cultural activities, blogs and…
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