You can search for a location based on the following information:
Address—Enter the street address of a desired location. To limit your search to a certain area, enter a postal code or the name of a city.
City—Enter the name of the desired city or suburban area.
History—Select the desired location from a list of the most recently used locations.
Favourites—Select the desired location from a list of stored favourites.
POI—Enter the name of a point of interest, or select a specific point-of-interest category from the list.
WGS84—Enter the WGS84 coordinates of the desired location.
The found location is shown on the map as a red pin.
You can store frequently used locations, like addresses or points of interest, in your favourites. To add an item to the favourites list, select an object or location on the map, and select Add to favourites from the context-sensitive menu.
To access the list of your favourites, tap
on the toolbar.
Points of interest
A large number of points of interest, such as hotels, petrol stations, and golf courses, are shown on the map as special square shaped icons. To select a point of interest in the map view, tap it.
To open a web page related to the selected point of interest, select WWW from the context-sensitive menu.
To access the most typical points of interest, tap
toolbar. To see a list of the nearest points of interest, select
one of the available categories.
To define the points-of-interest categories that are displayed on the map, in the point-of-interest dialog, select Configure, and the desired categories from the list. You can also set a proximity alert for a point-of-interest category in the same dialog. This feature gives you an alert whenever you approach a point of interest in the selected category.
To purchase a navigation service for the map application, tap the arrow icon on the right side of the display. A menu opens, and you are prompted to purchase the navigation service, if you have not yet done so. After purchasing, all navigation features become available in the menu.