Top Ten S60 Applications of 2010
- In: S60
There are many applications available for your Nokia Series 60 mobile phones. Some of them are must-have applications, few are generic, and the others are the one that you do not want to see at all. So, I have compiled a list of ten best applications for your Series 60 handsets. These applications are available free for download at Nokia Ovi Store.
TuneWiki – Lyrics with Music
TuneWiki is a free entertainment application that provides a new way to experience your favorite music tracks. TuneWiki social media player displays subtitled lyrics as you listen to your favorite music, watch music videos or stream tracks through their SHOUTcast radio feature.
Top Ten Applications for Series 90
- In: S90
Series 90 mobile phones are merged with the Series 60 mobile phones. However, there are applications for your Series 90 mobile phone, which you can download free from the website getjar.com. Here is a list of top ten applications for your Symbian mobile phones.
ClickOVA is a free backup and data synchronization application, which creates backup and organize your information online, so that you can easily access the files on your phone from anywhere around the world.
Nokia C7 vs. Samsung Wave II S8530
Both Smartphones, Samsung Wave II S5830 and Nokia C7, were released in October, 2010. Nokia and Samsung are one of the best mobile manufacturing companies and always develop high-end mobile phones. But there are differences in their strategic Here is a comparison between features and performance of both models. Let the battle begin!
Nokia Strategies in 2011 to compete in Smartphone wars
- In: Symbian Blog
When Android operating system enters into the Smartphone market, it has completely changed the market shares of the Nokia’s Symbian operating system. Android was giving very tougher competition to Symbian. So, Nokia outlined its new strategic direction, including changes in operational structure as well as in the leadership to accelerate the company’s speed of execution in this competitive market.
Can Symbian Operating System be used in Tablets?
- In: Symbian Blog
Symbian operating system went fully open source in the first quarter of the year 2010. Lee Williams, Chief Executive of the Symbian Foundation, in an interview said that it is very likely that you would see Symbian-based tablet within the next year or two. He also said that several companies are experimenting with PDA-tablet-style form factors and Internet-connecting device, which is running low power on mainly ARM architecture.