What’s On My Nokia E6?

While there aren’t as many apps available for Symbian as there are for iOS and Android, I’ve always been able to find everything I need for my Symbian phones. Here are the apps I like and use on the E6 that WOMWorld/Nokia has loaned me. All are free except for Gravity: Gravity needs no introduction for most Symbian users. It’s a beautifully designed, highly intuitive and immensely powerful client for Twitter, Facebook, Identica and Foursquare. There’s rudimentary Google Reader support … Continue reading

Moving From Twitter to Identi.ca – Mobile Clients

On Friday Ryan Sarver, Twitter’s Product Manager for the Platform / API team dropped a bomb on third party Twitter app developers with a post on the “Twitter API Announcement” Google Group that included the chilling line “…developers ask us if they should build client apps that mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer client experience,” he wrote. The answer is no.” Sarver’s statement was echoed  by recent changes in Twitter’s terms of service. Techcrunch did a comparison of the … Continue reading

A Mobile Carnival at mjelly

James Cooper at mjelly is hosting this week’s Carnival of the Mobilists, a collection of the best recent blog posts on mobile topics from around the world. Featured are items on mobile web growth,  Android apps, iPhone multitasking, SMS marketing, the dangers of overly broad software patents, mobile commerce, mobiles for public service and safety, presence and the social graph and a mobile news roundup. Congratulations to Vero at  Taptu whose piece on the pricing brouhaha surrounding the new S60 Twitter … Continue reading