Tuesday, March 15, 2016

After the controversy with Spotify and Pinterest, Here Maps now abandoned by Windows 10 Mobile. Lack of trust?

After the controversy with Spotify and Pinterest, Maps now abandoned by Windows 10 Mobile. Lack of trust?

Windows Phone Nokia Lumia. Windows Phone is not going through the best of times. After the controversy around the end of support Spotify Windows Phone 8.1, and other problems related to the messaging application par excellence, WhatsApp, now we received the news that Here Maps, one of the classic apps terminals with the system Microsoft mobile operation, leave Windows 10 Mobile.

Here Maps finally decided to say goodbye to the Windows 10 platform and remove Mobile Applications Store Windows on 29 March. However their applications will work on Windows Phone 8.1 devices, although no news on whether new features are added to these applications or media will expand over time.

The company recommends changing your own maps using the original maps of Windows that has certainly become better and more practical than what appeared at first because of his repeated updates.
Stormy times for users of Windows Phone
It is not the first bad news for users of Windows 10 Mobile, specifically users of Microsoft firmware for mobile devices, are in the last hours. And it is that a few days ago emerged on the net a rumor that Spotify was terminated support for Windows Phone 8.1. However, after the commotion caused the Community Manager Spotify announced at the forum that the service company would continue to offer the best musical experience worldwide supporting all platforms, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile included.

However we must stop not forget that this is the latest in a line of high profile applications that have begun to disappear from the Windows Phone Store Microsoft, such as American Airlines, NBC or even as important as application options. Not to mention the lack of such famous apps like Snapchat or even Clash of Clans.

Nokia sold this system maps Audi, BMW and Mercedes in August, and it is clear that these companies want to focus on more successful operating systems like iOS and Android.

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