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How to get the free Waze client
- Available for free from the App Store [iTunes link]
- Only iOS 3.0 and later are supported
- Available in the Market
- Only Android OS 2.x and higher is supported
Nokia devices using Symbian
- Available direct from Waze for both Non-touch and Touch screens
- Also available on the OVI store in select countries
Windows Mobile devices
- Available on a few Microsoft Marketplaces
- United States - English
- Canada - English
- Italy - Italian
- Belgium - French
- Download from freewarepocketpc.net
- Available as a beta version
- Only models 8900+ and later are supported.
- There is no official support for Blackberry touch screens yet, although it may run in compatibility mode
- For comments, bugs and problems read this forum topic
Latest Beta Releases
To install an APK file on an Android phone
- Copy the APK file you want to install to your phone's memory card and insert the card into your Android phone
- Go to Android Market and search for the Apps Installer application
- Open it and click on the Install button
- After it is installed, just open it. It will show you all the APK files stored directly in the root directory of your memory card
- Just click on the application you want to install and it will be installed.
Use on the road without a network connection
Waze will work in offline mode so it can be used with an iPad and an iTouch, using the iPhone version. There are also devices that convert an internet phone connection into Wifi. This would allow a Wifi only device to function in a car as if connected through a mobile phone.