4Squick Update for Symbian Anna

21. August 2011 at 08:00

If Gravity is the favorite twitter client for Nokia, we also have our own favorite foursquare client and that’s 4Squick. It’s fast and has simplified yet with stylish Nokia alike UI. Also it’s totally free app that supports MeeGo (N9, N950) and Symbian^3 (N8, X7, E7 etc) devices.

TwimGo Review – A New Free Twitter Client

15. January 2011 at 11:58

TwimGo for Nokia Symbian N8 E7 C6 C7 (4)TwimGo is a new twitter client application for Symbian. It is the rip off client from the TwimGo for Maemo that was seen on N900. Thus this app interface and functionalities are almost similar as to the Maemo version. Read more after the break.

Nokia N8 & Symbian^3 Tips: Use Facebook or Twitter Profile Image in Contacts

27. October 2010 at 15:26

Nokia E7 ovi storeOn my latest fiddling of my Nokia N8 trial that I got from WOMWorld, I found some interesting new features on it. Most likely on its new OS that now supports integration of Social accounts to your contacts where you can copy directly your contact’s social media profile images and use it on your contacts. You could either use their Twitter or Facebook profile images.

SymbianWorld’s Top 10 Nokia E52 and E55 Apps and Games

5. October 2010 at 10:32

banner_top9There are thousands of free apps and games out there but here at Symbian World we pick out the top 10, making it easier for you, right? Our lists consists of free games and applications for your Nokia E52 and E55 that both runs on Symbian S60 3rd edition. Most of them can be downloaded in Ovi Store, but we make it easier here as you can direct download some of the apps here.

How to upload geotagged photos to Flickr, Google Maps, Twitter and Facebook using Pixelpipe & Furtiv

11. September 2010 at 09:47

n82_sToday, there are wide range of Nokia smartphones which have geotagging features. Almost from the S60v3  to S60v5 like Nokia N97, N82, E52 and other devices have GPS funtioncs, thus, geotagging is possible. By this feature it allows your captured photos to be tagged by the location coordinates where you shot from using the GPS of your phone. It works by adding the GPS