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Nokia Live View
Nokia Live View from Nokia Beta Labs is a new augmented reality browser, a whole new way for you to discover interesting places around you. Whether you are shopping, hungry, or just curious about what's near you, Live View will quickly find what you're looking for. And, it doesn't stop there, once you've discovered it, with a single tap you can read reviews, call, SMS, share, rate, or even get turn by turn walking or driving directions right to the front door.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 20:15 in category
Nokia N97 mini software version 30.0.004 released
Firmware version 30.0.004 has been released for the Nokia 97 Mini. This software release brings you a new, faster version of the web browser, with easier access to common browsing features. Also, you can now search the web directly from the web address field, and non-Latin characters are supported in web addresses. E-mail comes with improved usability and account creation. Here and Now gives you timely information about, for example, the weather, events, or restaurants nearby. You can now insert emoticons in text and multimedia messages. Also, you can now search for a contact from the dialler, without having to open the contacts list. You also get a new version of Ovi Store, and Ovi Contacts has been removed. There are also general performance improvements.

To get this software through your device, select Applications > Software Update, and choose the software you want to update. Alternatively, this software release is available through the Nokia Ovi Suite.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 03:52 in category
Opera Mobile 11.1 Silent Update 1 released
Opera Mobile 11.1 Silent Update 1 for Symbian devices was released today. Thanks to the new crash report system, few sources of random crashes have been discovered and fixed in this release. Other changes include:

* Fullscreen native Arabic and Hebrew keyboard on Symbian^3
* Added Opera Mobile Store icon to Speed Dial
* Fixed CSS3 gradient support
* General bug fixes and stability improvements

Get this new version from http://m.opera.com.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 03:47 in category
MTCatchShake - multitouch Qt game
MTCatchShake by Miika Ahdesmaki is a multitouch game written in Qt for Symbian and MeeGo. Trap the moving objects between touch points (a trap is represented by a line connecting the points) and shake the device (mobility sensor) to eliminate the enemies. Utilises haptics, gravity sensors, OpenGL ES, etc.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 02:29 in category
OBD-II Trouble Code database to diagnose your car
OBD-II Trouble Code Lookup by Tom Farell is a huge and easy to browse database of 10,773 OBD-II diagnostic trouble codes to help you diagnose problems with your car's engine, transmission, chassis, network, and body using diagnostic tools which only show the codes without description. It is compatible with all OBD II cars.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:29 in category
T-FileMan - file manager for Symbian^3
T-Fileman by Kenvast Software is a file manager optimized for touch screen Symbian ^3 devices. T-Fileman has a colorful user interface with reasonably large fonts used and there are 6 typical buttons at the bottom of the screen, facilitating the file management. T-Fileman shows file/folders in Tree view and List view seperately, similar to the Tree view of left pane and List view of right pane in Microsoft File Explorer.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:18 in category
Boldbeast NO BEEP Call Recorder for Symbian
Boldbeast Nokia Call Recorder from Boldbeast Software is a true NO BEEP call recorder for Symbian ^3 (N8/E7/E6/C7/C6/X7) and S60 phones. Supports manual and automatic modes for calls, dictaphone function, hotkey to quickly start recording, password protection of your recordings, and more.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:05 in category
Nokia Ovi Suite 3.1.1.75 released
Nokia Ovi Suite 3.1.1 Beta has been updated and now been released officially as version 3.1.1.75. You can get this new version from http://www.nokia.com/ovisuite
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 03:46 in category
Nokia 3D World Gaze
Nokia 3D World Gaze from Nokia Beta Labs is an experimental mixed reality application for your Symbian^3 devices. This app gives you a new kind of perspective: a 3D, real-time, first-person view to the entire world. You can simply look down through the Earth to see all the continents, cities, media, and other information where they exist in reality.

Just point your phone to any direction and the physical reality of the other side of the Earth will be revealed. The app gives you a new way to think about the relationship between the planet Earth and you on it -- we live on a giant sphere and far-away cities and continents are actually somewhere below us.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 18:42 in category

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