Symbian 3 is the Latest and most Powerful Operating System from Nokia And Currently Powering Many Nokia Smartphones.Make your Symbian 3 Smarter adding these apps to your Smartphone.
Even though the default Symbian 3 Web browser has been improved a lot since the old S60 days, it is still nowhere near as powerful as the Opera Mobile browser. No other browser is, in fact. Opera Mobile lets you view multiple pages in tabs, have easy scrolling and panning capabilities, save a ton of bookmarks, accelerate download speeds and save bandwidth and view Flash inside the browser like you would on a normal computer, and best of all, it’s completely free – if that’s not enough to get it, I don’t know what is.
The number of apps on the marketplace will certainly increase in the following months, as developers start releasing versions of their apps for it. Symbian is just like Android was in the beginning, and with Nokia having millions of loyal customers around the world, there is no doubt that it can and will become a great and competitive mobile operating system.
Gravity: There’s no doubt that Gravity is a first-install app for any new Symbian 3 user. Gravity combines three very popular social networks including Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare all in one beautiful application. If you’re into Google Reader, Gravity will handle it as well.
Gravity is such an amazing Twitter client, that I wish other platforms had it. However, it’s a Symbian exclusive and that’s a very good thing for us Symbian 3 users.
Nokia Panorama: If you’re on an N8, you’re holding one of the best camera phone on the symbian 3 market today. Apps that take advantage of the Carl Zeiss optics are worth checking out. Panorama, which graduated from Nokia Beta Labs, is a great way to take panoramic photos quickly and easily. The next time you’re on a building top, canyon view or at the beach, use Panorama to capture the memory so you can share the wide view you saw in that place and that moment.Let the symbain in you flow.
Nokia Situations: How embarrassing is it when your mobile chimes with an incoming SMS or rings in the middle of a meeting while at work? Nokia Situations helps solve that problem. This Beta Labs application was released late last year and triggers actions based on situations such as switching to “Silent” at night or to turn of Wi-Fi when not at home. Personally, I also have Nokia Situations set to go to “Meeting” mode while I’m at work (based on the phone viewing my work’s Wi-Fi network).
You can also set Situations to answer calls via SMS whenever you set your phone to Silent. The options are plentiful and give your phone needed smarts based on where you or or the time of day. Who doesn’t need more automation these days?Who does not wants a Smarter Symbian.
AccuWeather: Weather is a must-have piece of information for any smartphone owner to have. AccuWeather has built a beautiful application that provides current conditions and forecasts for where you happen to be or any city worldwide. AccuWeather also has a widget that can be embedded on any of your homescreens to give you easy access.
WhatsApp Messenger: Many people know of BlackBerry Messenger, but what about all of us who don’t use a BlackBerry and want to message to their hearts’ content on Symbian 3? WhatsApp is a cross-platform group messaging service that allows you to have group chats with as many people as you want.
Also, the app can notify you of missed events even if the application is not currently running. WhatsApp also allows you to send video, images and audio for free.
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