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  1. #1
    Robert Williamson
    Guest
    Hi,
    Trying to get the best out of my 'phone. Any suggestons for multi-media
    apps which have been tested out there. Tinkering with DVD conversion at the
    moment but internet radio/streaming/better email or browser all inerest me.

    And any software in any category anyone can recommend.

    Thanks,

    Robert





    See More: Kiler apps for an N80




  2. #2
    Jonathan Quirk
    Guest

    Re: Kiler apps for an N80

    On Sat, 06 Jan 2007 15:57:25 -0000, Robert Williamson
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Hi,
    > Trying to get the best out of my 'phone. Any suggestons for multi-media
    > apps which have been tested out there. Tinkering with DVD conversion at
    > the
    > moment but internet radio/streaming/better email or browser all inerest
    > me.
    >
    > And any software in any category anyone can recommend.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Robert
    >
    >



    http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/featu...smartphone.php
    --
    Regards, etc.
    Jonathan Quirk
    jonathan AT quirk DOT force9 DOT co DOT uk
    Ascot, Berkshire, UK



  3. #3
    Mehdi
    Guest

    Re: Kiler apps for an N80

    On Sat, 06 Jan 2007 15:57:25 GMT, Robert Williamson wrote:

    > Trying to get the best out of my 'phone. Any suggestons for multi-media
    > apps which have been tested out there. Tinkering with DVD conversion at the
    > moment but internet radio/streaming/better email or browser all inerest me.
    >
    > And any software in any category anyone can recommend.


    There are loads of them. I'd recommend you to go to to e-series.org and
    read everything backwards. Even though it's a blog about E-series phones,
    pretty much everything applies to the N80 as well. <http://s60tips.com/>
    also has an awful lot of stuff, read everything. AllAboutSymbian.com is
    worth checking out regularly and, of course, their N80 forum is the place
    to ask any N80-related question.

    On the multimedia front, CorePlayer might well be a killer app... if it's
    ever released for symbian. It *should* be annouced at CES, that is tomorrow
    but don't hold your breath, it was originally supposed to be released on
    the 16th of october last year.

    Nokia's free Internet Radio application is pretty cool. Look for related
    posts on e-series.org for some playlists. You can listen to internet radios
    using the built-in RealPlayer as well. Again, head over to e-series.org.

    Nokia's free Podcasting application is just great. Go and get it.

    And of course Nokia's free Mobile Search application.

    Frankly, there are so many cool stuff out there that it would take me all
    day to list them. Calcium, Map24, Metro, Papyrus, Google Maps, Handy Safe,
    Handy Weather, vNes, etc, etc.



  4. #4
    Robert Williamson
    Guest

    Re: Kiler apps for an N80

    Thanks guys. A lot to start with :-)

    Robert

    "Mehdi" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Sat, 06 Jan 2007 15:57:25 GMT, Robert Williamson wrote:
    >
    >> Trying to get the best out of my 'phone. Any suggestons for multi-media
    >> apps which have been tested out there. Tinkering with DVD conversion at
    >> the
    >> moment but internet radio/streaming/better email or browser all inerest
    >> me.
    >>
    >> And any software in any category anyone can recommend.

    >
    > There are loads of them. I'd recommend you to go to to e-series.org and
    > read everything backwards. Even though it's a blog about E-series phones,
    > pretty much everything applies to the N80 as well. <http://s60tips.com/>
    > also has an awful lot of stuff, read everything. AllAboutSymbian.com is
    > worth checking out regularly and, of course, their N80 forum is the place
    > to ask any N80-related question.
    >
    > On the multimedia front, CorePlayer might well be a killer app... if it's
    > ever released for symbian. It *should* be annouced at CES, that is
    > tomorrow
    > but don't hold your breath, it was originally supposed to be released on
    > the 16th of october last year.
    >
    > Nokia's free Internet Radio application is pretty cool. Look for related
    > posts on e-series.org for some playlists. You can listen to internet
    > radios
    > using the built-in RealPlayer as well. Again, head over to e-series.org.
    >
    > Nokia's free Podcasting application is just great. Go and get it.
    >
    > And of course Nokia's free Mobile Search application.
    >
    > Frankly, there are so many cool stuff out there that it would take me all
    > day to list them. Calcium, Map24, Metro, Papyrus, Google Maps, Handy Safe,
    > Handy Weather, vNes, etc, etc.






  5. #5
    Ade Evans
    Guest

    Re: Kiler apps for an N80

    http://series60v3.com/

    Try these boys out too. A LOT of good stuff and info too





  6. #6
    Mehdi
    Guest

    Re: Kiler apps for an N80

    On Sun, 07 Jan 2007 15:00:10 GMT, Ade Evans wrote:

    > http://series60v3.com/
    >
    > Try these boys out too. A LOT of good stuff and info too


    It's worth noting that this is a warez site. Use at your own risk and only
    if you firmly believe that the developers of all the great apps that are up
    there are all greedy bastards who do not deserve a penny for their hard
    work and that you're worth more than them.



  7. #7
    Ade Evans
    Guest

    Re: Kiler apps for an N80

    But its a good try before you buy site then





  8. #8
    Oxygen Software
    Guest

    Re: Kiler apps for an N80

    Hello!

    We can suggest to have a look at Oxygen Phone Manager II for Symbian OS
    phones ( http://www.opm-2.com/symbian/ ). Our program allows to work with
    your phone's phonebook, calendar, to-do list, SMS messages (read, send,
    backup and restore, delete unwanted ones), MMS and e-mail messages (read all
    messages, read all attachments, save attachments) and gallery.

    Feel free to contact us on our official public forum:

    http://www.oxygensoftware.com/en/forum/

    PS: don't forget to install OPMAgent in your phone.
    --
    Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov.
    Oxygen Software - tools for your mobile phone.
    Oxygen Phone Manager II - all you want from your mobile phone.
    http://www.opm-2.com/
    http://www.oxygensoftware.com/

    "Robert Williamson" <[email protected]> сообщил/сообщила в новостях
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    > Hi,
    > Trying to get the best out of my 'phone. Any suggestons for multi-media
    > apps which have been tested out there. Tinkering with DVD conversion at
    > the moment but internet radio/streaming/better email or browser all
    > inerest me.
    >
    > And any software in any category anyone can recommend.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Robert






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