The 7 best constructive applications on Symbian Mobile
The market share of this operating system shows that it has a tremendous future in mobile application development. These are some of the great Symbian applications that are very practical. Some of the most useful applications are:
This is an exclusive app especially for music lovers. This allows users to listen to a song somewhere even if they don’t know the name of the song or the artist. Users can even download their favorite songs very easily without knowing the song details. Whenever they listen to a sweet but unfamiliar song, they can automatically search all the song details online using the Shazam app from their devices. This application will provide the user with all the details and download the song in few seconds.
This app is the only Twitter client worth considering for “advanced” users. It comes with supports, drafts, favorites, image posting, RT, URL shortening, tweet deletion, user search, scheduled tweets, basic geolocation, etc. It also supports basic Facebook, Google Reader, and Statusnet. With so many functions, one would think that the application malfunctions. But, using it practically, you will surely find that it is very fast and has an intuitive user interface.
Users can use this to turn their device into a wireless router. Users must have a Wi-Fi enabled Nokia smartphone to run the application and it will give users a wireless access point that connects them to the Internet through their mobile Internet connection. You can download the paid and free version of this application.
Instant Messaging (IM) for Symbian Phones
Instant Messenger has become essential for Smartphones. Smartphones are known for their features like: providing connectivity on social media platforms. With this in mind, the Instant Messenger application was developed for Nokia devices, which allows users to connect with all their social friends through a common platform. The biggest downside to this is that it doesn’t provide connectivity to Facebook, the largest social media site.
Resco Photo Viewer
Nokia or Symbian’s default Gallery app is arguably the worst photo viewing app ever made, on any platform. There are few gallery apps that are really useful. Resco, which is a Symbian-based photo viewer, is one such application. This application supports a large number of image formats and also has a built-in image editor to edit the elements such as: color, contrast, adjustment, etc. The application also navigates quickly and is very easy to use.
Quick Office Pro
Quick office pro is the Microsoft Office of the smartphone. This application allows users to read and edit any Microsoft document directly from their Nokia smartphone. As Microsoft Office is the lifeline of a desktop or laptop, so is Quick Office, which is the lifeline of smartphones. With Quick office pro, users can do almost everything with their document, which can be done on their laptop. This is one of the highlights and is available at a price of US $ 2.5 in the Nokia store.
Users can use it to listen to FM radio. Using it as a standalone application, one can listen to the end. FM radio or with the default music player to play songs from your playlist. It is very easy to use and supports local file playback, which automatically plays the local files on the memory card instead of streaming them online.