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Top 3 Nokia N900 Apps

8 March 2010Entry by


Altough there aren’t so many official applications which are available in the Ovi Store or in the Maemo download section (not mentioned the countless programs, that come with the testing and the devel section), I have already established three of my favorite apps to my own personal list. I have written about them in earlier posts, so you can get more information about the programs by clicking the links. I decided to list useful applications in my point of view, such I am using for my everyday job.

Bild 15 On the third place, I placed BlueMaemo. Presentations can be controlled directly from your N900, which is the essential task I use it for, and makes it really a good alternative to the mac remote-control. And as a nice side-effect, people are very astonished about the way I am showing my content.

evernote_logo Second I choosed Evernote. I really don’t want to miss it anymore. It is not really a native application on the phone (it just opens in the browser, and I do not use it that way), but with the instant messaging plugin you can post your thoughts, ideas, photos and everthing else right to your Evernote account to edit the notes later on your desktop pc, mac, whatever, assumed you have installed the Evernote software on your working station. Just brilliant.

HmeYdtsu-3 At least on place one, is the blogging app MaStory. This is really my number one favourite. I love to write my articles independent of where I am, and post them from everywhere. This app just works great and at that so simple to use. I have the full overview over my writings, publications or drafts, mediauploads and comments, categories and tags.

So tell me, which apps you like the most.

- sam | visit our Nokia N900 forum -


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