SymbianWorld’s Top 5 Apps for the Nokia N97 & N97 Mini

16. December 2009 at 15:47

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Additional applications make the Nokia N97 and N97  Mini even better and useful. There are hundreds off applications available, many also in our S60 5th Edition Download section. So, we hereby present you the top five applications for the Nokia N97 and the N97 Mini. Almost all applicatiopns mentioned are free besides one.

ShazamID:

 

 

 

 

ShazamID is a great application that is a must have app for every music lover. Just hold your phone to a music source (speaker, radio etc.) and you will get artist, title and album within 20 seconds. More over you can buy the song straight throught the Nokia Music Store.

SportsTracker:

 

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Nokia Sports Tracker is a GPS-based activity tracker. Information such as speed, distance, and time are automatically stored in your training diary. You can track your route on a map and upload it to the Sports Tracker service.

Opera Mobile 10 Beta:

 

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Opera Mobile 10 is probably the best web browser available for any Nokia smartphone. It  brings some cracking features including an improved user interface, tabbed browsing and even a password manager. In contrast to the N97’s default brower, Opera Mobile can also handle online banking without problems. Unfortunately Flash is the only aspect not supported after all.

Gravity:

 

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Gravity is the best twitter client available for the Nokia N97. It’s a fully-featured, native Twitter client that supports multiple accounts, Twitter Search, Laconica, Ping.fm, posting of pictures via MobyPicture & TwitPic and wraps everything into a gorgeous looking interface.

Nimbuzz:

 

 

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Nimbuzz Mobile lets you call, chat, message, and send files on the go, for free. It combines all your buddies from Skype, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk, Twitter and more. One login, one contact list, all accounts. Need we say more.