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Old 31-05-2006, 09:27 AM
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Favourite 3rd party applications

This is my first smart phone and the only third party application I have installed so far is eMSN

What are you favourite applications available for the N80

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Old 31-05-2006, 12:48 PM
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Profimail, the best email program available for S60 phones
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Old 31-05-2006, 01:05 PM
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Likewise, Profimail (couldn't be without), also HandyWeather but now ViewRanger, an excellent OS GPS mapping software.

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Old 31-05-2006, 03:32 PM
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Handy Weather is pretty good. My all time favourite is the Shoutcast client released by Nokia, which lets you listen to radio stations over WiFi:
http://opensource.nokia.com/projects...lientPage.html

I also have MSDict with Oxford dictionary and thesaurus, which comes in handy.

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now ViewRanger, an excellent OS GPS mapping software
Does this work? This page doesn't list the N80:
http://www.viewranger.com/vrphonesupport.php

Edit: Never mind, I just found the 3rd Edition trial: http://vranger.blogspot.com/2006/05/...-handsets.html

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1. Salling Clicker. Bluetooth remote control for your Mac. Controls (almost) anything and everything, but particularly good for iTunes. Still waiting for a fully-compatible S60 3rd Edition version (the new signing & certification process seems to be causing some problems), but there is a Java version available for download now... which isn't great but you get the idea. There's also a Windows version, but I've not tried it.

2. Lumisoft London A-Z. OK, so not GPS compatible, but if you just want a searchable London streetmap on your phone, this does the job. I like it.

3. Google Maps (sorry, not sure of the link). Google Earth, but, like, on your N80!!! Astounding... but... it gobbles data like chocolate so if you're paying by the megabyte this is probably best avoided (but it works great over WLAN).
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Do any of the 'Handy' products work for the N80? I was using H.Day and H.Safe on my P800 and would like to continue using them on this phone.
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Handy safe, Handy clock and Handy traveller are definitely available. Not seen Handy day but if it isn't yet I'm uste it soon will be seeing the other Handy titles have been made available.
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Do any of the 'Handy' products work for the N80? I was using H.Day and H.Safe on my P800 and would like to continue using them on this phone.
I've been using Handy Weather for a couple of days and it seems to be working just fine
 

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