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Best S60 Applications of All Time

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    Opera Mobile

    Opera Mobile is a web browser for smartphones and PDAs developed by the Opera Software company. The first version was released in 2000 for the Psion Series 7 and netBook. Today, it is available for a variety of devices that run on Android, S60, Windows Mobile, Maemo (labs), and MeeGo (labs). Opera Mobile 10 was released to operators and OEMs on December 10, 2009, as a direct-to-distributor version and was made available on the Opera website on March 16, 2010. It is available on Android, BREW, Windows Mobile, and Symbian/S60 smartphones, and it is in development for Maemo devices. The first devices to run a mobile edition of Opera were the Psion Series 5, Psion Series 5mx, Psion Series 7, and then Psion netBook. They ran Opera Mobile 3.6, released in 2000. Opera Mobile was ported to the Windows Mobile operating system in 2003. Opera Mobile uses the Presto layout engine and supports many web standards, as well as Ajax. As of version 9.7, it can use Opera Turbo that compresses web pages via Opera Software's "Turbo" servers, thus reducing download size. Because web pages are compressed, page loading times are improved, and bandwidth consumption is reduced by up to 80%. The browser can
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    Truphone

    Truphone

    Truphone develops Internet Protocol-based (IP-based) mobile internet telephony, delivered by means of 3G mobile networks and Wi-Fi networks. The Truphone service enables free and low-cost calls for customers by routing calls via Wi-Fi and the Internet.
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    MidpSSH

    MidpSSH is an SSH and Telnet client for Java capable cellphones and other mobile devices.
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    Opera Mini

    Opera Mini

    Opera Mini is a web browser designed primarily for mobile phones, smartphones and personal digital assistants. Until version 4 it used the Java ME platform, requiring the mobile device to run Java ME applications. From version 5 it is also available as a native application for Android, bada, iOS, Symbian OS, and Windows Mobile. Opera Mini is offered free of charge, supported mainly through deals with mobile operators to have Opera Mini pre-installed in phones, and other sources of revenue such as search advertising deals, licensing and paid bookmarks and Speed Dial placement. Opera Mini was derived from the Opera web browser for personal computers, which has been publicly available since 1996. Opera Mini began as a pilot project in 2005. After limited releases in Europe, it was officially launched worldwide on January 24, 2006. Opera Mini requests web pages through Opera Software's servers, which process and compress them before sending them to the mobile phone, speeding up transfer by two to three times and dramatically reducing the amount of data transferred, chargeable on many mobile phone data plans. The pre-processing increases compatibility with web pages not designed for
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    Nokia Sports Tracker

    Nokia Sports Tracker, later Sports Tracker was originally a piece of software for Symbian Series 60 phones (particularly those that included a GPS facility such as the Nokia N95, or bluetooth phones with the addition of a bluetooth-compatible GPS receiver) that allowed its user to track their route, speed, timings and energy expenditure, while engaging in a sport activity such as running, jogging or cycling. Nokia announced that Nokia Sports Tracker was closed in June 2010, but the application was continued by Sports Tracking Technologies Ltd., which was set up by three people from the team in Nokia. It is now available for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Nokia N9 and Symbian devices and allows its user to track and analyze his/her performance, and to share workout data and photos with its friends.
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    DOSBox

    DOSBox

    DOSBox is emulator software that emulates (loosely: "simulates") an IBM PC compatible computer running the older operating system, MS-DOS. Many IBM PC compatible graphics and sound cards are also emulated. This means that original MS-DOS programs are provided an environment in which they can run correctly on many modern computers running a variety of operating systems. DOSBox is especially intended for use with old PC games. DOSBox is free software written primarily in C++ and distributed under the GNU General Public License. DOSBox can run old MS-DOS software on modern computers which would not work otherwise, because of incompatibilities between the older software and modern hardware and operating systems. A number of usability enhancements have been added to DOSBox beyond emulating MS-DOS. The added features include virtual hard drives, peer-to-peer networking, still image capture and video capture from the emulated screen. Some unofficial variations on DOSBox provide additional features. A number of vintage DOS games have been re-released by current video game development companies to run on modern computers by using DOSBox in the release. DOSBox is a command-line program,
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    Ozone

    Ozone is a mobile web browser based on Webkit for S60 and UIQ based phones.
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    Skype

    Skype ( /ˈskaɪp/) is a proprietary voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) service and software application founded in 2003 by Janus Friis from Denmark and Niklas Zennström from Sweden. It has been owned by Microsoft since 2011. The service allows users to communicate with peers by voice, video, and instant messaging over the Internet. Phone calls may be placed to recipients on the traditional telephone networks. Calls to other users within the Skype service are free of charge, while calls to landline telephones and mobile phones are charged via a debit-based user account system. Skype has also become popular for its additional features, including file transfer, and videoconferencing. Competitors include SIP and H.323-based services, such as Linphone, as well as the Google Talk service, Mumble and Hall.com. Skype has 663 million registered users as of September 2011. The network is operated by Microsoft, which has its Skype division headquarters in Luxembourg. Most of the development team and 44% of the overall employees of the division are situated in Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia. Unlike most other VoIP services, Skype is a hybrid peer-to-peer and client–server system. It makes use of
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    Fring

    Fring

    fring is a peer-to-peer mobile service enabling live chat, audio and video calls from mobile phones. fring technology is a Mobile VoIP based internet telephony service co-founded by Avi Shechter, formerly co–CEO of ICQ and VP at AOL, Boaz Zilberman and Alex Nerst. fring based communication utilizes Wi-Fi and 3G data plans instead of GSM (talk) minutes. All fring voice and video calls are routed to a VoIP gateway and PSTN termination server. Calls destined to GSM and PSTN networks pass through a circuit switch such as SIP. Calls to VoIP users continue through the VoIP gateway to their destinations. Support for DTMF dialing is available for Symbian devices. Feature set is platform-dependent and may include: fring launched its P2P service during January 2007, offering MoIP (mobile VoIP) calls and live chat over mobile phones via 3G, GPRS or Wi-Fi Internet connections. In October 2010, it was reported that one million new users a month were joining fring. fring was downloaded 91,000 times in the 24 hours after it was launched on the App Store. It is reported to support a network exceeding tens of millions of users with more than 100 million minutes of mobile video calls made since
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    Quickoffice

    Quickoffice

    Quickoffice is a world leader in providing mobile office document software for smartphones. The company's flagship product, Quickoffice Premier, continues to receive awards and recognition from industry analysts, the media and users alike. The software allows users to open, edit and send their original, native Microsoft files without the need for desktop conversion or synchronization. Quickoffice has been thoroughly tested by the rigorous quality standards of leading mobile phone manufacturers and ships through major carriers such as Vodafone®, Orange®, China Mobile®, Cingular® and many more. Fully localized in 36 languages, and shipping worldwide as a built-in solution on millions of smartphones, Quickoffice has been a top-selling mobile office application since its market introduction. Privately held, Quickoffice is based in Dallas, Texas.     
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