DEMOfall annoucement: Waze is now available on most smartphonesincluding Windows Mobile, Symbian, Iphone and Android





demofall09_172x271Our CEO, Noam Bardin, will demo waze today at the DEMO fall conference.  DEMO is one of the most central events in the consumer tech space.  The format of the conference is great.  Here's how they describe it:

Each company is given just six minutes on the DEMO stage to truly demonstrate how their product will change the world. No PowerPoint or flashy corporate presentations allowed. Just the founders and the technologies many are staking their careers on… it doesn’t get any more straightforward and fast paced than that.


At DEMO, we'll announce the multiplatform availability of waze! As of today most smartphone users can download waze to their phones and join in on the building of the world's first free driver generated live map,  real time road info, and turn by turn navigation service.  We are working on more and hope to support Blackberry soon.



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14 comments:

  1. Hey, does anyone have the video of Noam's demo?

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  2. here it is http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid980795693?bctid=41312201001

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  3. It can be used outside of the US but there the stage is very initial. Map building from scratch.

    If you're interested you could download the app from our download page. We map open it in the stores as well soon.

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  4. [...] crowdsourcing app expands to more platforms (Waze) — We mentioned Waze a few nights ago, saying that the app was in alpha for Windows Mobile. [...]

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  5. BUT NOT the N97 which you are using as a phone template on the symbian page ! FAIL !

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  6. [...] just been released for all major mobile devices (iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, Nokia / Symbian) but obviously is not a Blackberry [...]

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  7. Just downloaded the app (4.69MB CAB) to my HTC Touch after getting the email announcement, but am wondering how we register here for the forums / wiki, etc... I see the login everywhere, but no registration option, and no password recovery either...



    Cheers and congrats on the release. Impressive app.

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  8. Sorry about the question above - found out that registration is done ON the device after downloading and installing the app.



    That should be mentioned though somewhere... (or is it?)

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  9. Please release a version for Palm.

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  10. It'll become available outside of the US but without a base map. So it'll be an earlier building experience.

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  11. Hey, is there a version for windows phone?

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  12. [...] just been released for all major mobile devices (iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, Nokia / Symbian) but obviously is not a Blackberry [...]

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