Friday, April 8, 2011

Nokia Drop- Browser to Phone Push App (Video)

Nokia Reports Browser to Phone Push App (Video)- Nokia Smartphones, Nokia is trying out an application that allows you to easily upload images and links completely from your browser to pick Symbian phones, similar to how Google Chrome can push content to Android customers. Nokia Drop, produced by the Nokia Beta Labs group, is free of charge to download, but up to now just works on S60 5th Edition and Symbian^3 devices. The app is available in 2 parts: the phone app and the browser plug-in for Chrome or Firefox 3.6 or 4.0.
Nokia Drop functions push notifications that allow you to transform your phone's wallpaper, deliver images as files to your phone, and send URLs to your phone without needing a cable, dongle, or Bluetooth connection.

Enjoy to watch Nokia's John Markow (below) demonstrate how he sends a Flickr image to use as his Nokia smartphone wallpaper. Earlier this week, Nokia sent a teaser invitation for a Symbian-related event on April 12, where participants were questioned to "discover what's new with Symbian smartphones."

Symbian used to be the world's dominant smartphone OS. But after losing support from Motorola, Samsung, and Sony Ericsson, Symbian lost its last major proponent, Nokia, when the manufacturer released in February that it was switching to Windows Phone for future smartphones.

Perhaps coincidentally, April 12 continues to be the date of a key Microsoft announcement about Windows Phone 7, at Microsoft's MIX conference in Las Vegas; additionally it is the date of an HTC product announcement in London. It will be a stressful day, without doubt. You can download nokia drop in the next post and also we will review it.

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