Sell mobile phone to enjoy top Nokia apps
18 October 2010 — 12:00 PM
Selling a mobile phone may become a particularly attractive option to many of those who learn of the quality and range of Nokia apps.
Jonathan Parkyn, writing for CNET UK, explores what he considers to be the best features on offer to those who use the brand's handsets.
In terms of communication, the expert nominates eBuddy Mobile Messenger as his top tool, as "it allows you to stay in touch with all your chums from the one app".
He moves on to identify Blokus – a Tetris-like innovation – as the finest game available through the Ovi Store, as well as Ovi Maps as the best navigation aid.
Mr Parkyn also realises the importance of social networking and suggests Snaptu as the winner in this category, explaining "Snaptu has had the bright idea of bringing your various social networking outlets together under one roof, along with several other news, weather and sports services".
Nokia has recently confirmed a series of new releases, including the long-awaited N8, which hit shelves earlier this month.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "App technology is coming on leaps and bounds. If you want to upgrade in order to be able to use this sort of technology, why not trade-in your old handset? You could even make some cash."
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