Nokia has announced Nokia Transport and Reading apps at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, along with updates for its existing apps for the Windows Phone 7.
The updates will be available at the Windows Phone marketplace from next month and includes improvements in Nokia Maps, and the Nokia Drive, full with offline use (you can stop complaining now) and feature speed limit alerts.
Coming to the new apps, the Nokia Transport was first announced at CES in January. His one will let you plan your journeys in 46 major cities across the world, through train, underground, tram, monorail, and bus. It will tell you the quickest route from one point to another.
Next one is Nokia Reading, which is more than just buying books and reading on the go. Users can choose the font size, brightness of the screen as well as whether the text is black on white or white on black.
The app also includes news feeds from other websites-you can add your own RSS feed-based on a variety of subjects. This one will be available in April, no sign-in or subscription.