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Description: Meraj's (must have) Nokia N95 applications! - Part 1 Welcome to the Part 1 of my must have N95 applications, some of them aren't really must have, but I am writing a little bit about everything that is installed in my Nokia N95-1. I will try explain this to the low-profile end-user N95 users the…
Welcome to the Part 1 of my must have N95 applications, some of them aren’t really must have, but I am writing a little bit about everything that is installed in my Nokia N95-1. I will try explain this to the low-profile end-user N95 users the best I can, it is time that only fanatics use the Symbians to the maximum.
This is obviously not the first applications list made by a phone article blogger, but it is my first, so just sit back and relax while I review the applications that I use.
- Epocware Handy Taskman
- Samir’s RotateMe
- Samir’s Nokmote
- Nokia Activity Monitor
Taskman from Epocware is most definitely the most useful application in my phone. It does the simple but very useful job that the computer task manager does, totally adapted to a mobile phone display. The very important feature of the application is to kill applications that do not respond, instead of just terminating them.
The application also features auto-start, display of RAM, Device memory, and Memory card space available with images instead of just numbers.
Taskman also includes time and date display, and a recently opened programs section. It also gives you the option to search an application by inputting letters, the same way you search contacts.
Create shortcuts in the Favorites list to start applications, call or send SMS to the Contacts with just one click.
Get full information about running programs and free memory left on the phone (RAM, Phone memory and Memory card).
This is one of most striking, useful and impressive applications that a phone can have. It is really simple though, but Samir has made it comprehensively packed with useful features.
For those that don’t know it yet, RotateMe changes the phone from landscape to portrait depending on the position that it is at.
Although this application was at a beta phase for long, when it was launched in its Beta 5, it included the following options: