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If you go to m.twitter.com on the Symbian web browser, you get a different version of what the Android and iPhone users see. Kite from Pixelpipe is an app based on an HTML5 browser that allows you to have a better UI for the mobile web version of Twitter. Brett from Pixelpipe gives us a demo.
You might have heard of Pixelpipe, our favorite tool for uploading photos, videos, and other files to our favorite social sites. Today, they’ve released a completely different app that’s optimized for accessing multiple Google services. It’s currently in beta and they’re asking testers for feedback. Take a look at the quick video after the jump.
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.
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.
I’ve been beta testing a new version of Pixelpipe for several weeks and I’m glad to finally see it at the Ovi Store! The new Pixelpipe now lets you upload photos, video, audio & files directly from the Nokia Send menu “via Pixelpipe” to over 110 services across the Social Web. It was previously done as a Nokia Share Online plugin. Watch the video after the jump to see how it works.
Google announced on Tuesday that they are rolling out the ability to upload and store any type of file in Google Docs over the next few weeks. It’s cool that Nokia N900 users will be able to take advantage of this service directly from their device by using the Petrovich and Pixelpipe apps.
It’s no secret that I absolutely love Pixelpipe on my Nokia devices. It lets me upload my photos, videos, and even files to existing multiple services like Flickr, Facebook, Twitpic, yFrog, etc. I just learned they’re releasing plugins for the Nokia N900 to make it easier for new users that just want to upload to a single service. Check it out.