Nokia Messaging for Social Networks Beta 2 launches with Twitter support

Nokia Messaging for Social Networks Beta 2 launches with Twitter support
Nokia released the Beta 2 of the Nokia Messaging for Social Networks app which is available for download on the Beta Labs website. The Social Networks free application comes with built in Facebook client and a Twitter client. Some of the features of the Social Networks app are: upload pictures and videos, view upcoming events, birthdays and import to device calendar, search friends and click-to-call / click-to-SMS / click-to-FB Email. We invite you to download and test drive this social networking client from Nokia Beta Labs. This is an early preview, currently available on Nokia N97, Nokia N97 Mini, and Nokia 5800 devices, we will support more devices in the future. Unfortunately we were not able to use the client on our Nokia N97 because of some kind of bug that did not allow the app to connect to the Internet, so there will be no screenshots (shame on you Nokia). But hey there is always a cool promo video for you to watch before you give this app a test drive.

Check out this video from Davis Fields that gives you a nice overview of the updated service and client.

You can download the Social Networks App here!

 


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Published on 14.12.2009 in Symbian Freeware Blog

Comments: Nokia Messaging for Social Networks Beta 2 launches with Twitter support

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