Did you update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iOS 6 and regret doing so? Because, you know, Apple’s own mapping solution (for the record: provided by TomTom) is not any better than Google Maps which was bundled on the previous versions of iOS.
Fret not! You can have the web-version of Google Maps with the original iOS icon by installing the configuration profiles Twitter user @benguild created. and run in it full-screen without the Mobile Safari URL and navigation bars. Just visit his blog for the complete steps which are very easy to do.
And, inspired by that nifty workaround, I present my own one – the full-screen Nokia Maps web app. Read on for more.
Nokia has their own mobile web version of their mapping solution, but they don’t have a native app for iOS yet. So I tried doing what @benguild did and voila, a native Nokia Maps web app!
Just install the web profile on your iOS device and if you have a password set, enter it, and done. Check your home screen for your new
Click this link on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: https://sites.google.com/a/misterjonjon.com/internal/NokiaMaps.mobileconfig (short link - http://mrjongo.co/QC1e15)