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You would also want to use it if you are good with these simple but very useful utilities. I was right in my TV lounge watching cricket match with my family, and of course there was enough voice and noise around in the lounge that might have disturbed me talking to this app. But I was amazed to see that it picked my words very sensibly. I tried also speaking in low voice which was good enough for it to understand. The app is very well designed with regard to usability. It gives tips to use right on the screen when you want to say some thing.
It tells you what to say and how to say. Would be even more appreciable if it will offer more languages in future. I would really love it when it will offer Urdu language for me and many of us here in Pakistan. Roman Urdu will be nice though. Follow Download link to grab the app from Ovi Store. Nokia N8 http: Publisher link http: Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Email Address. Vivo Y91C — The budget smartphone goes o Uber VP engages with government stakeholders t Vivo unveils its new Visual Brand Identity wit Realme C1 is now Available in Offline Markets Eventually it came up.
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But now it seems the service is not so hot anymore, at least in America. I do use it…. I use Nimbuzz for Google Talk, and it does its job when I need it. I use Skype for voip, and I have used fring a bit too. If I am to defend Symbian, I must know its greatest apps! It is a really nice client for Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and other social networks.
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It has Angry Birds, that at least one or two years ago seemed to be the definition of what constitutes a Smartphone. There are other classic touchscreen games too such as Fruit Ninja… There is Tetris! That all goes to show the N8 and Symbian is perfectly on par with other devices out there. I just gets crazy when people start talking about how many hundreds of thousands of games are there in different stores.
But the reality is that lots of cool games are available in all stores, and are available for Symbian as much as for other platforms. You will not! Some other games I have right now that I like, not in the 3D front: I recently got this couple of puzzle games that are very cute and funny, Antartica and Doodle Fit. But I certainly have not been feeling that something is missing. It is written in Qt, and is very fun and pretty.
You can get mad if you play this game, and then right afterwards you read about people saying Symbian sucks because there are no fun games. The realty-distortion field against Symbian can get so strong sometimes. Having fun with games must not be about having Swim in a cornucopia of totally different stuff, always moving to the next title. I am sick of the distant attitude of judging the platforms based on impersonal statistics of number of available apps, or downloads or whatever.
We should be talking about what do we like and do, what we have been playing and using. The only mobile game that ever truly became a conversation topic everywhere was Angry Birds. And that is available everywhere already. And that sucks.
There are two map applications I use in my N8. Nokia Maps, that is great for the ability to do some stuff offline, and Google Maps. It connects to Google Latitude too. Maybe turning on the compass from inside maps. Really upsetting. I am also upset because I never got the feeling the true, satellite-based GPS ever worked for me.
I never could locale myself somewhere I did not have a network signal.
But that has been my experience with other smartphones too. Camera stuff: The video editor as a bit of a disappointment to me because I tried to stitch three large clips together, and the audio got out of sync. The image editor too, seems quite basic to me. I never usually edit an image unless I am going to do something fairly complicated.
One application that is quite cool is Nokia Panorama. I work with computer vision, so I was very much attracted to it. The camera tracking is not perfect, but I have created a couple of very cool shots already, so I am quite happy about it.
QR-codes reader… I have been using MobileTag. Too much hassle for something that would be simple. But I think part of my negative experience is in the somewhat slow browser, and turning on the camera itself is always a bit slow too. So I am not sure how much such an app can be guilty. It solves my QR-code needs though. JoikuSpot creates a a Wi-Fi network,in ad-hoc mode, that you can connect to with other devices ie.
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Works pretty well, and you can set up a password, only in the paid version, I think. This apps was a pioneer in the field, and I am happy to support it. I got it looking for easier ways to move files to and from my phone, and it worked well. Symbian also has a native WebDAV client, completely integrated into the file system, what was supposed to be awesome. The problem with it is that it appears to have limit in the file size to be transferred, something around 1MB. Or better, it should work properly!
It should also be mentioned that there is voice recognition already in Symbian for ages, for making calls. But I almost never call anyone! Nokia Internet Radio: I use that every day to listen to local news at CBN. I love it. Video and TV: And as I mentioned in the other article, the only time I tried playing a DivX video so far it did not work, so I still have to test that properly….