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Where to get good apps?

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by sweetsimpson, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. sweetsimpson

    sweetsimpson New Member

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    Sup everyone? I got my first Nokia today. I reall don't know much about it so I was wondering if anyone could tell me where I can get good apps for it. Thanks~~
     
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    Thank you so much for responding. But what exactly is ovi? I'm kind of confused about it (never really used it before...)
     
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    Ovi is the name of Nokia's app store. Not quite sure where they came up with the name, but that's what it is. :)
     
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    Here's a couple of free apps I'd reccomend for Symbian:

    Turns your phone into a "mifi" terminal:
    Joiku - JoikuSpot Light

    PhoneNetInfo will show you a "field test" type of screen about cellular info (note: you need to self-sign it or it won't work)
    Frei Software Development - PhoNetInfo

    ...and if you like geeky stuff like that, you could try my Cellumap app as well (if your phone has GPS), more info here:
    Cellumap: Phone Application
     
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    Thanks everyone~~
     

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