What Are Your Favourite Apps?
The best of these include Wellness Diary, a personal journal that helps you record and track health parameters such as weight, eating habits, exercise, blood pressure, etc. It even allows you to share the information with others via a website. You may also want to try Handwriting Calculator, and Ovi Contacts applications from this stable.
But remember, before you download these, check out if they are? The Opera Mini www. It features several advanced and user-friendly features, including personalized skins, YouTube video playback, bookmark sync, page saving for offline browsing and user-defined shortcuts, etc. If you have a Sony Ericsson handset, try the full-fat, albeit slower Ozone www. Though it runs on a very limited number of handsets, Ozone offers a more desktop-like browsing experience.
One of the best things about listening to Internet radio over your phone is not having to use those constantly tangling earphone sets. Small and easy to install and run, Nokia Internet Radio http: You can pick the quality of your connection according to your ambient network.
Check out Spodtronic http: Another free Internet radio app, it lines up a wide variety of audio entertainment for your phone—including podcasts and mood-based personalized radio. You can also get download-and-play-later podcasts from Nokia Podcasting at http: Download the app and plunge into community-driven categories ranging from biographies to business, sci-fi to sports, tech to travel.
You can also upload your stories, ruminations and essays to jokes, and share it with the Wattpad community. For audio books, install the Nokia Audiobooks http: For free audio books, go to Librivox. You can use the Nokia Audio Books Manager to convert and transfer them to your phone. WidSets is a collection of around 4, widgets mini apps , including games, fun, news, sports, weather, utilities, games, social content, videos and much more.
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So, instead of diving in and out of sites looking for interesting apps, you can check out this one-stop site and fire your searches. This is another stockpile of various Symbian S60 applications available in one place. Most people will be able to make good use of Y-Browser, an uncomplicated phone file manager and Y-Alarms, a multi-alarm utility. If Gmail is not your cup of tea, you can check out Yahoo! This all-in-one download gives you real-time access to email, news, search, stock quotes, Flickr photos, maps, etc. You can build your own menu according to your interests.
Depending on whether you are interested in MTV or eBay auctions, Hollywood gossip or bull runs in the market, you can add or delete what you want. Not convinced? Visit the Yahoo! Go homepage on your PC before downloading it and take the app for a spin through an interactive demo. Stop fumbling for the Silent button. Basically you can set the colour for your entire screen, whether it be white, red, blue, yellow, pink or green — any colour you want. I use it all the time for sneaking around the house because it produces enough light to see where I am going and not too much where it will wake everyone up like BrightLight does.
If you want to see how much energy your phone is using, or the transfer rate of your mobile internet, Nokia Energy Profiler will do the trick and a whole lot more.
If you had been wondering how I have been taking the above screenshots on my XpressMusic, I have been using ScreenSnap. The above are my favourite mobile phone software apps for my Nokia S60 device. Have I missed out on any that should be in the list? If I have, please let me know in the comments. Also, if you think Make Use Of should cover more posts about Nokia and Symbian; please say so in the comments. Your email address will not be published. I have to agree with Flavio Nimbuzz is better than Fring in many ways. I would recommend too.
Hey friends, can anyone help me because i m nt able to access ovi maps on my nokia mobile evn when there is no problem with my network.. Not only marking, but adding photo's to an email.
The only has 4 keys though, so you don't have much a choice. I had a quick google and found this: Something is wrong with a program on my memory card, because if it's in, I can't switch my phone on and I have to take it out. An annoying this about the Nokia is it's a long process to 'mark' items.
If you want to mark 10 photos to delete, marking each photo takes 3 clicks, so takes a while. Apparently 'The Pencil' app Google it replaces any key as a 'mark' button, but I couldn't get it to work. So I'd like to see a working app to do this.
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Sounds like a bit of a pain. Post about Symbian at last: The must-haves are: Ok, so you got them from other sites. Personally, I don't trust installing apps from third parties - if it's in the Ovi store, it just feels safer. Just trying to determine what's trustworthy and what's not can be difficult. I agree with you as well, their isn't many good apps in the Ovi store. Since I have the XpressMusic, the only way to unlock the phone is with the side button. So if anyone knows of a free app that unlocks the phone similar to the iPhone, please let me know.
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I did find one, but my phone froze when I was installing it. I installed all the extra apps in my E71 in the old. Go to the author's or a trustworthy site to download the latest version of the software. Transfer the file into my E71 via cable or bluetooth and execute the file to install. The certification of some of the files may have expired, but you can overcome it by simply setting the time on your phone back to a few years. No cracking is needed as I'm too lazy to crack my own phone. Most of the apps I listed should be easily found with the aid of google.
QuickOffice came with my E71 from day 1 so it's free to me, though not upgradable. Hi Nat, Nokia articles have been discussed in the past but were never published unfortunately. Hopefully by the success of this post, Make Use Of may publish more Nokia related posts. Thanks Ars Nova for your the apps that you use. Some of them sound really good. If possible, could you provide download links to them as I can't find some of them in the Ovi Store. While it's true that the world in general is moving toward Apple and Android, Symbian does have relevance in the cell phone market.
That said, I do wish it were more more competitive in bringing out new apps and features. I can live without most of the apps in the post except Google Map , but here are some I extensively use in my E AppQLaunch - not perfect, but if you are a fan of programs such as Launchy or Gnome-do, you will definitely love it. A must for me JbakTaskManager - task manager will huge number of useful functions. And I was right, it is free http: All you have to do is download the newer version of Ovi Maps from the store and you will be good to go.
Thanks for your comments and suggestions.
I did forget one app which is a really good music player. If you want internet radio, you have to install TuneWiki can download from the store. It uses Shoutcast services, so if you don't have much memory for all your music, just stream it. Add also Qik, Shazam and Bolt as alternative browser.