I've been using Sports Tracker for quite a few years now and I can honestly say that without it, my physical health would be much worse than it is. It's the app which gives me motivation needed to exercise. Since I hate exercising with a passion, I really do need a lot of motivation to get out from my comfy bed and use some of those dormant muscles I possess. Sport Tracker allows me to do more than just sweat and stink. It gives me actual numbers that mean something instead of just muscle and bone ache. So when I heard about the Nokia N9 version of Sports Tracker, I was naturally quite excited about it. But how does it compare to the more mature Symbian version? Read on to find out.
When talking about cloud storage, one of the most known services is Dropbox. I personally use it quite extensively and having Dropbox client on my smartphone is a must. If you are an owner of a Nokia N9 or N950, you may be pleased to know that not only one, but three Dropbox clients are currently available from Nokia Store, which is one more proof that great apps are indeed available for Nokia N9.
With so many passwords and PIN numbers to remember, most of us need a better and more reliable memory than our own brain to store all this vital information. Since we carry our mobile phone with us most of the time, storing passwords and pin numbers in it, seems like a good idea. However, since this kind of information is not something you usually would like to share with everyone, especially with the punk who stole your phone, encryption would be desirable. This is exactly what Safe for Nokia N9 does.
The latest firmware update (PR1.1) for Nokia N950 has brought many improvements, but perhaps one of the best ones is the inclusion of Swype. I've tried Swype before in other devices, but I never was really convinced. That is until I tried it on my N950. After playing with it for about 15 minutes, I simply was blown away with it!