Nokia Point & Find is a revolutionary way for you to find and connect to relevant information and services, by simply pointing your Internet enabled camera phone at real life objects. The application has received a huge update, which also brings a brand new UI with support for the Nokia N97. Check out the changelog after the break.
Around a 100 bugs in network connectivity and overall stability of the client on some of our best-selling devices have been fixed. The client should now look more snappy and mature to you than its previous release, although some fixes had to be postponed. In particular, 1D barcode recognition in the shopping experience isn’t as reliable as expected, especially on S60 3rd edition feature pack 1 devices, and start-up time on the 6220, 6210 Navigator is still pretty sluggish. Nokia’s R&D team is working on these issues.
There is also now a client for the Nokia N97, with a brand new UI that takes advantage of the device’s touch capabilities and large screen resolution (see screenshot above). It will soon be ported to other S60 5th edition devices.
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