Rock’n’Scroll Beta 1 available for public

29. February 2008 at 13:45

Rock’n’Scroll, a Accelerometer based application, is now available unsigned for the public. Using Roch’n’Scroll you can control the N82, N95 (8GB) and the N93i by moving your phone. More over you can also rotate your screen. It’s acting pretty similar to NokMote and also like RotateMe. You can download this application over at the Keynetik forum.

UPDATE: ShakeSMS available for public

24. February 2008 at 20:14

ShakeSMS is just another (useful) application using the accelerometer API of the N95 (8GB), N82 and N93i. This application opens an incoming textmessages by shaking and closes the message and turns back to the mainscreen after shaking once again. ShakeSMS is jsut available for donators is available for everyone and can be downloaded unsigned here.

ShakeLock 1.04 Beta available

9. February 2008 at 12:00

We have been already reported about ShakeLock, application using the accelerometer to lock the device. Now you can download the first beta here
When you shake your phone up/down, the keys will be locked, when you shake your phone to the right/left, the keys will be unlocked again. As you can see in the video below, this works pretty good.

Source: Symbian-Freak 

MobiTubia: Available for public

31. January 2008 at 22:03

Finally, MobiTubia is available for the public. After a long trial period, everybody with a suitable phone can download MobiTubia, a great YouTube client. I’ve already took a brief look at MobiTubia and I have to say that it’s a kick ass application.

Qik: Streaming video right from your phone

29. January 2008 at 20:10


Now you can use the power of your Nokia S60 device to stream videos live to the internet. Qik is using the capabilities of an N95 (fast Wi-Fi connection and VGA video quality) to stream videos live or with some delay to your own Qik site.