Nokia Messaging has really improved of late. It may not be a Blackberry BIS killer as yet but it’s pretty handy for keeping in touch on the move.
I often receive office e-mail on my phone before it hits Outlook, it’s that good.
Nokia E-Mail supports up to 10 E-mail accounts simultaneously. For more details and to download the app, go to http://email.nokia.com
Nokia has paid good money for you to get a free upgrade for the QuickOffice app on your E63.
Upgrading to QuickOffice Version 6 Premier (the phone comes with QuickOffice Version 5) allows you to handle Office 2007 documents as well as open password protected files.
To upgrade, go to Menu> Office> Quick Office > Updates & Upgrades > New Versions & Features.
I’ve written about Synble here. It’s a great app that allows you to have access to your messages and missed calls should you forget your phone at home or at the office.
- You don’t need 3G for most day-to-day operations so switch it off to conserve battery life, go to Menu > Tools > Settings > Phone > Network > Network Mode and set it to “GSM”.
- Set up the phone to back up your contacts automatically to your Gmail account. See instructions on how to do that here.
This is the final part of my series on Apps for 2011