Just another YouTube client

24. January 2008 at 19:53

Stefan has brought us a pretty cool news. After YouTube clients like MobiTubia and emTube just another client enter the community. YouTube just realeast its own YouTube client for every phone. I tested it on my N95 and it works fine.

Source: Intomobile 

TypePad Mobile: TypePad Client

15. January 2008 at 17:16

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We have already reported about a blogging solution for WordPress blogger- Wavelog. Now I’ve found a other solution which allows also TypePad blogger post content to their blog. It runs on S60 3rd Edition, Windows Mobile 5, Palm OS, S60 1st and 2nd Edition devices. You can post pictures and also text. Unfortunately I can’t test the software due to I don’t have any TypePad blog. However, if you’re a Typepad blogger you should test this freeware application. Visit the developer’s blog to read more about it

For 3rd Edition

How to: Podcast on N and Eseries

31. October 2007 at 10:35

This is a tutorial for podcasting on your Nseries and Eseries device using Nokia’s Podcasting application. Jump over to check out if your phone is supported. You can just watch the tutorialvideo, or read the 4 steps. If you don’t know what podcast is, visit this site to learn more about it.

1. First of all ensure that you have already the Nokia Podcasting application installed. If you haven’t it, just visit nokia.com/podcasting or open the Download! application to download Podcasting.

2. Now install and run Podcasting.

3. Before you can start enjoying some podcast, you have to subscribe to some podcast using the search function or select some from Directories.

4. If you found some podcast somewhere else (e.g podcast.net), just copy the URL, go to Podacast /New podcast and insert the URL of the RSS feed. Now you can enjoy the world of video and audio podcast on your mobile device.

Here a tip, if you have a URL on your computer and you want to copy it to your phone, just create a barcode and scan it with your phone using the barcode reader. This is really easy and fast.

Here are some great podacast, every S60 geek needs on his phone:

Voice of S60

Chatting with the Guru

Smartphones Show

AAS Podcast

Driving with the Guru

Opera Mini Beta 3 is now available

25. October 2007 at 20:36


Opera has launched a new version of Opera Mini. Opera Mini Beta 3 is totally free. Just point your browser to : mini.opera.com/beta

Changes since Opera Mini 4 beta 2

  • Added Link support
  • Added Speed Dials
  • Added RSS feed support
  • Added shortcut *+0 for feeds
  • Added shortcuts for speed dials (*+[speed dial number])
  • Added function to ask the transcoders for the title and favicon of a new bookmark or speed dial
  • Stylus devices can now scroll shortcut help overlays
  • Changed “Fit to width” to “Mobile view”
  • Changed “Autozoom” to “Show overview”
  • Low, medium and high image quality setting
  • Images fit better to the screen (no panning)
  • Improved BiDi support
  • Page position and scaling is now preserved after reload of page
  • Stylus devices without pointer motion events should be able to scroll anyway, just not in realtime
  • Faked transcoding progress when using feeds
  • Show numbers in ordered lists
  • Improved stylesheet handling
  • Focus highlight now looks inactive when loading
  • New and improved server side cookie handling

Source: Dailymobile

Slick: New messenger for S60 and UIQ

19. October 2007 at 20:21


Slick is a messenger application for S60 3rd edition, S60, UIQ 3.0 and UIQ devices. It allows you to chat with your friends connected though various online messaging applications.
Currently it is still in development, and alpha version is available for free for public testing.


  • Supported protocols:
    ICQ, Yahoo, AIM, MSN
  • Text messaging
  • Emoticons
  • Alerts – sound, backlight, vibration, notify window displaying number of new messages
  • Group and buddy management (add, delete, rename)
  • Message history
  • Downloading files sent as links
  • More features to be added

However, in the moment I prefer Windows Live Messenger (MSN Client) because with the Windowns Live Messenger you can change your appearance like your name or your personal message. Besides you can sent files via Windows Live Messenger but I think that in the final version will this and a lot other usefull features be added.