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“If you are a rapper or an MC, Loop is a must,” said the first reviewer of this app at the Ovi store. Loop is Nokia’s awesome new musical looping app launched today. Record your voice, record the dog, record your friends on the bus. With Loop, you can turn anything into music. There are 9 baselines to get you started. Check out the video of one sample loop created with the app. It has poodles.
The final version of Pixelpipe’s 1.03 release is now ready for public distribution. The app has been submitted to the Ovi Store, but it could take weeks to show up. Fortunately, Pixelpipe has provided a direct link for you to install on your phone right away. List of new features after the jump.
TwimGo, the best Twitter client for the Nokia N900, was just updated to version 2.0.15. It now includes old and new retweets, and the ability to view original tweets when viewing reply details. You can download the new version at twimgo.com, but make sure to remove older versions before installing the new one.
Nokia Beta Labs released an update to Ovi Maps beta today, version 3.06. It includes several enhancements, but the biggest change in this update is the ability to download Maps directly (via WiFi) to your phone without a computer. Complete list of new features after the jump.
Nokia released Ovi Suite 3.0 in beta today for those who want to try it. They’ve included lots of new features, mostly in home view and music view. Music has also been revamped into a management system where you can manage your music collection, create playlists and transfer music to your phone by simply dragging and dropping tracks, albums and playlists to your device. Unfortunately, Mac support is missing.
Pixelpipe is currently testing a new Send & Share feature that allows for automatic uploads of both Photos & Videos after capture on Symbian devices. This feature is currently available on version 1.03 for beta testers, but we were told that it is just about ready to hit the Ovi Store to the public. Common use cases would include having all of your media delivered to your Dropbox account as an archive or your Kodak account for printing. Video from Pixelpipe after the jump.
A new version of Wellness Diary was released today at Beta Labs for Symbian^3 devices such as the Nokia N8 and Symbian^1 devices such as the Nokia N97. It is a mobile service which helps you improve your well-being. You can set your own targets and see your progress in visual graphs. You can download Wellness Diary beta here. Video after the jump.
Mobbler is now out in beta for the Nokia N8 or other Symbian^3 devices like the C7, C6-01, and E7. Mobbler allows you to listen to your Last.fm radio stations using keywords or artist names. You can also scrobble tracks played using the standard music player. If you’re interested in taking part of the beta testing, request to join through the sign up form.