Photographers could sell mobile phone and secure Nokia replacement
28 June 2010 — 6:46 PM
Camera-loving Brits who love to capture snapshots of their life may be best advised to sell their used mobile phone and upgrade to a modern Nokia model.
The Finnish firm has today (June 28th) recommended a trio of new apps from its Ovi Store that are perfect for budding photographers.
Using its Nokia Conversations blog, the company first highlights Touch Baable - an app that allows pictures to be sent to friends in a variety of styles and with special effects.
Secondly, it advises people to download Resco Photo Viewer, which is all about displaying snaps.
It allows users to set up a slideshow on their mobile phone and customise particular photos.
Finally, an app named Ting is detailed by the blog, which suggests it is particularly useful for assigning pictures to particular callers and contacts.
More than a billion handsets and other devices are sold by Nokia each year across the world, many of which could have access to the Ovi Store.
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