Ever wanted to know the id of an unknown number which has been bugging you for the past week? Well, this here is your chance to do so!
TwimGo is a QT based Twitter client for your Symbiqn smartphone. It has all the bells and whistles of a Twitter app. You can post status updates, reply to tweets, follow someone and more!
Read what you like, anytime and anywhere. Zinio is the premier app for magazines on Android and iOS, giving readers immediate access to thousands of global titles.
New SkyDrive client for your Symbian smartphone is now available! You can easily download and upload your files, images, photos, videos and documents. Just login with your Live account and access your SkyDrive account.
Nokia Public Transport for
Symbian just got updated to
version 2.1. Check the full
changelog after the break.
Nokia Public Transport helps you
navigate cities by public
3G is pretty new and costly in India. Indian’s who prefer speed to cost are the ones currently using it, and I don’t blame them. But being able to monitor your bandwidth should be as simple as downloading a large file.
And that’s where this beautiful application comes in.
Let’s face it – Android Tablets all have a boring interface, bar maybe the Amazon Kindle Fire. Well, this application is just about to change that! Introducing Chameleon, a homescreen for your Android Tab that displays useful information just where you need it!
The WordPress App for iOS has been around for sometime. But not everyone has an iThing. The WordPress App is also available for Symbian and Android and to know more, continue reading.
So one of my friends asked me if I could produce something for his friend who was blind. I told him that I would look into it. I found it very challenging to crack this application. Please note that we don’t encourage piracy. It was just a little challenge for me.
In the past few weeks, I again refined my search for a good eBook reader for my S60V5 devices. I was previously stuck with the MobiPocket reader, which was rendered useless for all S60V5 devices. Of course, it was still useable with the volume rocker buttons, but, I wanted full functionality. You could use it with WFVirtual Keyboard, but it was clumsy, as I couldn’t see what was highlighted. I found the major problem with not finding a compatible eBook Reader for S^3 and S60V5. Symbian Ideas closed down a long time ago and there was no way to appeal to developers to create a good eBook reading application. I tried my luck requesting for an application in Nokia Beta Labs, but it too was a no go.