One of the biggest criticisms against the recently-launched BlackBerry Z10 is that it doesn’t seem to be compatible with one of the most popular mapping and navigation services out there—Google Maps. To combat this, MapMyIndia has launched its own GPS and navigation service on the Z10.

This is a great move and is bound to help many who are traditionally dependent on some form of navigation software. The app seems to have quite a few features, as is clear from the screenshot, such as the ability to mark places as “Home” so that you can quickly get a route to take you home. You can grab the app from the BlackBerry App World for free, but the app is only available on Indian handsets as BlackBerry is paying for the licensing of maps to combat the sales of the device in the grey market.

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