Difference between Nokia Maps 3.06(688) & Map vers...

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can anybody tell me whats the difference between "Nokia Maps 3.06(688) & Map version 0.2.4.4.110" & Ovi Maps 3.06(688),
My software list is showing all this Map versions..!
Solved!
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0.2.44.110 is currently the latest map version available for use with v3.06 & later.
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