Fitness fans could wish to consider mobile recycling
9 March 2010 — 3:55 PM
Consumers could wish to upgrade their mobile phone and may like to consider mobile recycling as an option to start taking advantage of the huge range of apps that are available through selected new handsets.
Nokia users can make use of its Ovi Store to download applications serving many purposes and the mobile manufacturer's Conversations blog has highlighted some of the best that available to users of its devices.
Fitness fans could begin to take advantage of Endomondo, which promises to track progress in a range of sporting activities and with details including duration, distance and average speed of workouts tracked, a training plan could be formulated.
Julie Snape, head of marketing for Envirofone, commented: "This is a great new application. We all need a little help getting motivated for exercise what better incentive than being able to see your hard-earned progress!"
The blog describes it as "just the thing with spring not far off in the northern hemisphere".
Users of Series 40 and S60 3rd and 5th Edition Nokias can get the app as a free download until March 14th.
It has recently been reported that the mobile manufacturer plans to integrate its Ovi Maps programme into the dashboard of vehicles.
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