The Nokia Beta Labs has just announced that the Nokia Ovi Suite 2.0 Beta is now Graduated and is going public. They are also working towards placing Nokia Ovi Suite 18.104.22.168 into product CD/DVDs in device sales boxes. Creating new products with this level of complexity is never easy. Last year, Nokia had many different PC application products, like Nokia PC Suite, Nokia Ovi Suite 1.0/1.1, Nokia Nseries PC Suite, Nokia Music, Nokia Software Updater, Nokia Map Loader, Nokia PC Suite Enterprise Edition etc etc, each having different targets, feature sets and design principles. This way of working didn’t lead anymore to any positive outcome, most of the effort was going into maintenance and minor improvements and prevented us from concentrating on new things, improving user experience and supporting other than Windows operating system.
Singapore residents can enjoy the privilege of being the only country to receive the chance to get their mitts on the Nokia N97 mini RAOUL Limited Edition. You will now be able to stay connected to the world of fashion right from your Nokia N97 mini with the new Fashion Asia widget, brought to you by Nokia and F J Benjamin.
Check out this video which takes you through the latest Nokia Maps UI featuring walking and driving navigation services. Click here to see what services and downloads are available for free right now as well as learning how to get the most out of your device.
Nokia today announced the creation of the official Qt port to Maemo 5 and published an initial Technology Preview release. This port to Maemo 5 means that developers can now use Qt to target the upcoming Nokia N900 device and also ensures that applications can be easily ported to all Qt’s supported platforms including the next Maemo 6 release as well as Symbian and Windows Mobile.