I guess most of us use mobile phones. It has become a very important tool to remain in touch with friends and family. The advancement of technology has made very amazing possibilities for the small gadgets. Most of the mobiles are loaded with very capable operating systems-like The Symbian OS, Windows mobile, Linux, Android, Moblin, Apple OS X for iPhone, etc. But I personally like the series 60 symbian phones very much. they are very easy to use and offer a lot of advanced customizations. The latest version of the Symbian series 60 OS supports touch functionality and thus Nokia (the largest mobile manufacturer) is trying its mettle in making some kind of iPhone killer. The latest Series 60 fifth edition phones from nokia like Nokia Expressmusic 5800, N97, N97mini and the N900 offers very advanced functionality combined with touch controls. Also these latest devices offer a whole lot of connectivity options from the basic bluetooth to wifi, usb and HSPA connectivities. But today, lets talk about the older S60v2 and v3 phones like the very popular N70 or N73. They were once best sellers from Nokia. They are still in use thanks to shift of average users to go for high end mobiles. So if you have one you can extend it’s default functionality a little further by installing some extra apps, some paid and some free.

Fexplorer: It can act as a very good and fast file manager. It is available for a whole lot of symbian phone.Download it from www.gosymbian.com

X-plore: Another file manager. A very good feature of it is that one can send even copyrighted files (like .sis, .mid. , etc.) without any problem using it. Has a media player as well and an inbuilt music player. Download link: www.lonelycatgames.com

There are other useful stuff from our very own Google Inc. Visit m.google.com using your phone browser to download Google apps like Google Search Mobile, Google maps, YouTubePlayer, Gmail App and a lot more.

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