Audioboo is now available at the Ovi Store. The app allows you to record and upload audio for your friends or family. After recording, you have options to share it on Twitter, Facebook, Posterous, Friendfeed, or Tumblr. Best of all, it’s free! Check out my demo video on the Nokia N8.
I’m happy to see my byline under an official Nokia blog today! My review for Ultimate Spider-Man: Total Mayhem was just published over at the Ovi Daily App. It’s a typical mash-buttons-until-you-beat-em-up game, but the developers at Gameloft added great visuals, sound, and extras that make it a really fun game.
The Mobbler team tweeted that a new version (2.10) was released today, so I made a video to show you how it looks like. Here’s a quick look at Mobbler, a Last.fm radio player for Symbian. You can listen to music depending on tags, artists, recommendations, and more. If you’re familiar with Pandora on other platforms, this app is like that but with more options.
Here’s a quick look at a Symbian app that helps me out a lot on this blog. It’s called the Best Screen Snap by Smartphoneware. Once installed, the icon just says ScreenSnap. The app lets you capture screenshots on your smartphone and save them to the phone gallery. You can then transfer it to the desktop or upload it to your imaging hosts.
The Nokia N8 is the first Symbian^3 smartphone released globally and big emphasis is placed on its imaging capabilities. With 12 megapixel sensor, Carl Zeiss optics, and Xenon flash, the N8 takes amazing photos. However, we’re talking about a phone here. Is the Nokia N8 with the latest Symbian OS good enough to be your daily device? Read on for The Nokia Blog review.
I Parked Here is an app for Symbian that lets you remember your car’s parking space with a click of a button. It can find your car with the help of Ovi Maps and its free turn-by-turn voice navigation. Just press “Find my car” to get directions. This is great for me because I always forget where I park my car.
I met with Nokia folks at the Dolby offices in New York City to preview the Nokia N8. I wondered about the location, but it made sense after remembering that the Nokia N8 is world’s first handset featuring Dolby Digital Plus. The whole ordeal was only an hour, so it left me wanting more. Read on for video and photos.
I’ve been playing with the Nokia E73 Mode for a few days now and I want to share with you what I think. It’s 2010 and we’re already used to seeing phones with large touchscreens, but it looks like Qwerty-only devices from Nokia aren’t going away anytime soon. The E73 Mode launches for T-mobile USA on June 16th, 2010 for $69.99 with 2-yr contract.