Summer is approaching and ending for others, but it won’t stop me from fishing for apps at the Ovi Store. It’s time again to share my catch. All of them are totally free and published by the company, Offscreen. There were lots of worthy paid apps, but I know most of you are more eager to see good free apps.
Nokia announced on Tuesday that the Nokia E71 and E66 will have the latest Ovi Maps that gives users free and walk navigation. Due to technical issues (or we may say some hardware or software limitations), the premium features such as Michelin and Lonely Planets will not be available on these devices.
One of the latest additions to Gravity is the Google Reader integration. That’s right! Our favorite Twitter app for Symbian can now receive and manage updates for Google Reader. Go watch it in action.
Mini evening and mini morning to everyone! Hope the title and greetings are not boring and maybe many of you are already confused that this is not your kind and loving Mark Guim, eh? So let’s start answering those thoughts that baffle your mind.
I did a rant about Nokia going off course. It was also the last time I wrote a post on this blog, I’ve been drawing blanks on what to write for some time. But after nearly a year has passed, what kind of changes have we seen? Lets explore what new things have been introduced and how they stand against the 2009 standard.
Right after the Nokia World keynote this morning, Nokia Beta Labs put out three new apps for the Nokia N97. First, Ovi Maps, an update to Nokia Maps. Then Lifecasting and Communities, social location focused applications with a heavy focus on Facebook.