Posts Tagged ‘Symbian’

Nov
2
News
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Andy Betts
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iPhone 4S vs Android. Kindle Fire. BlackBerry App World 3. HTC Titan. All these things and more are featured in the brand new issue of Smartphone Essentials magazine.

Oct
27
Tips & Tutorials
by
Oliver Hill
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Nokia Email can be quite tricky to set-up and use properly. Follow this tutorial to learn how to effectively use Nokia Email.

Oct
6
News
by
Andy Betts
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Inside the brand new issue of Smartphone Essentials magazine you’ll find our guide to the best new phones and tablets coming your way, as well as reviews of new devices, apps and accessories.

Jul
14
Magazine Issues
News
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Andy Betts
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Issue 116 of Smartphone Essentials magazine has gone on sale. This month we take a look at 3D smartphones, we feature an HTC Sensation review and pick out the top 30 tablet apps. Read on for more information.

Dec
2
Reviews
Symbian
by
Andy Betts
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Does the N8 represent Nokia’s return to form in the smartphone market? FInd out in our full review.

May
20
GPS Daily
by
Andy Betts
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Route 66 Mobile 8 comes supplied on disk with both its navigation and Route 66 Sync software

Apr
7
GPS Daily
by
Andy Betts
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Got a Nokia smartphone

Mar
17
GPS Daily
by
Andy Betts
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Getting stuck in traffic is something Symbian smartphone users need never worry about again

Feb
24
GPS Daily
by
Andy Betts
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When ViewRanger launched it made an instant impact, picking up awards from magazines and the mobile industry

Feb
23
GPS Daily
by
Andy Betts
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After building some of the best dedicated navigation systems of the last year, the arrival of Navigon’s Mobile Navigator software for smartphones is more than welcome

Feb
22
GPS Daily
by
Andy Betts
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Wayfinder Navigator 8 is the latest version of the off-board navigation system for mobile phones

Feb
20
GPS Daily
by
Andy Betts
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McGuider is the latest software from Sygic and TeleAlas, and its purpose is to transform most Windows Mobile (reviewed here) or Symbian S60 devices into a navigational tool