Nokia Drop – The Easy Way To Push Content from PC To Mobile Phone

By April 5th, 2011 AT 5:26 PM

Nokia BetaLabs today introduced an exciting mobile application dubbed as Nokia Drop (similar to the dropbox) which allows users to easily drop content from their PC browser onto their device.

The first Beta release of Nokia Drop includes the following features: Drop Wallpaper, Drop Pictures and Drop URL.

To use this apps, Nokia S^3 device user needs to install a browser extension and the Nokia Drop application (QT client) on the device. After the applications are installed, the user can drop any picture or URL from any webpage onto his/her own device without the need for any cable or Bluetooth connection. Nokia Drop enables these files to be automatically saved on the phone.

Currently Nokia Drop is available for S^3 (Nokia N8-00, Nokia C6-01, Nokia C7-00, Nokia E7-00 and S60 5th edition (X6-00, 5228, 5230, 5235 Ovi Music Unlimited, 5530 Exp Musicdevices, C6-00, N97, N97 mini). The Supported browsers are: Chrome (latest), FF3.6.x and FF4.

Nokia Drop utilizes the Nokia Push Notification solution which optimizes bandwidth and battery use and therefore, ensures that users can enjoy a rich application experience with no adverse impact on device or data plans.

To Download Nokia Drop Application click here : Nokia Drop.

For more details on Nokia Drop Apps do visit Nokia BetaLabs App Page.

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