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Category Archives: Mobile Applications
The story of Nokia buying out Symbian had caused us to cheer in joy with the anticipation that it’d usher in some kind of application revolution for S60. Alas, that never happened and it seems it will never happen again. … Continue reading
SugarSync’s developer, released a version of the cross-platform multimedia syncing management software for Android phones. SugarSync for Android lets you view and download files on your Android Netbook or mobile phone, and upload local files to your free or premium … Continue reading
If you happen to be one of those lucky people who own a Nokia tablet phone then you must try out an amazing Media Center application called Canola. It is as the name suggests your one stop door for all … Continue reading
Amazon’s Kindle is making news for all the right reasons and I really believe that Kindle is not only a great product but also a necessity if we have to reduce the environmental damage that goes in cutting trees and … Continue reading
One of the problem that most Symbian mobile phone users repeatedly face is that there are not many twitter clients for S60. I have been using a Nokia N81 for some time while I love to tweet on the go. … Continue reading
Twitter might not have the same number of users as Facebook or MySpace but it is the darling of any big blog and the hype generated by Twitter in the internet industry is not matched by any other web startup … Continue reading
Opera Mini has shed its beta status and has become official. It comes with some promising new improvements like better video support, double tapping to zoom in and out, improved trackball speed and downloading pages for viewing in offline mode.
Fring has announced support for new Windows mobile devices like Sony Ericsson’s Xperia and Samsung Omnia. The latest release of Fring for Windows Mobile (officially version 3.34) comes with add-ons support.
Blackberry Application Suite from RIM almost ready for release. BlackBerry Application Suite which allows a Windows Mobile device to run the BlackBerry operating system as an application. Approximately 32 MB in size, the suite is based on OS 4.2.1 and … Continue reading