After being only on Windows and Android for some time, Nokia has finally launched an iOS version of its Here maps tool.
Of course, thanks to a long App Store outage on Wednesday, it was tough for anyone to actually download the program, which aims to offer an alternative to Google Maps and Apple’s built-in iOS maps program.
Nokia touts its offline capabilities as well as real-time traffic and public transit information.
Nokia had an earlier mapping program for iOS, though that was largely a Web app and lacked many of the features found in this version, particularly the ability to work offline.
The Finnish company released the Android version of Here as a beta for Samsung phones last year and has since made it more broadly available and removed the beta tag.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.