SAN FRANSISCO, CA – December 13th, 2017 – The recent release of a novel offline map navigation app is poised to facilitate exploring the world – every nook and cranny of it. kMaps is the ambitious project of two San Francisco-based entrepreneurs, who had a vision to “create a recognizable map solution and influence the future of this industry.”
The app offers offline navigation, maps, and search. Sourcing its data from over 500 million POIs, kMaps offers up-to-date information, and provides accurate route planning and directions, based on the latest available materials pooled from the most trustworthy online databases on the web. As for the app’s pricing, kMaps is absolutely free, making kMaps an invaluable resource for anyone looking to acquire a reliable and user-friendly offline navigation tool.
Speaking of the app, Mr. Farlen Mischel, kMaps co-founder, said that “The maps market is very competitive. Self-driving cars, navigation based on traffic information, shared trips and real-time markers from users define the current market situation and dictate its future. We are moving forward, step by step, with our huge ambitious project to create a recognizable map solution and influence the future of this industry.”
The kMaps app is available for download through the iTunes store. The app’s Android version launch will be announced in future communications with the press.
The company is eager to receive feedback from app users, and incorporate their comments and requests in newer versions of the app. Those interested in reaching out to kMaps can do so by emailing its Customer Service representatives at email@example.com.
To learn more about kMaps, please visit: https://kmaps.co/