Skyfire for Android alpha version will be coming soon. The Skyfire team has announced that they will soon be releasing Skyfire (Android) to some testers who would like to participate in their alpha testing program.
Skyfire is a downloadable, free mobile browser that gives you a Web browsing experience exactly like PC browsing.
Emoze Pro version has now become “Free”Â for everyone! In case you don’t know, Emoze is the popular third-party push email and messaging (kinda like Nokia Messaging) client for Symbian devices.
Yesterday, Emoze blog announced that all the features of the pro version are now available for free.
Fring has been updated today for Symbian 9.3 devices which now allows Nokia phones running on S60 3rd Edition (Feature Pack 2) to have video calls.
Just a few days ago, Fring added support for video calls on Nokia E71, and now they have extended this feature on more phones.
Seesmic for Android also received an update today after the Seesmic for BlackBerry app update yesterday.
I did mention yesterday that Android users will soon get an update as the BlackBerry users got one yesterday and today morning when I woke up, I saw a notification on my Nexus One for a Seesmic update available.
Seesmic for Blackberry has received a big update today. This app was first launched in November 2009 along with an Android version, and since then we have seen it improve with every update.
The BlackBerry Twitter app, Seesmic, is now one of the best and probably the only full feature-loaded Twitter client for Blackberry devices.
Facebook for Nokia E71 and E72 is now available on the Ovi Store for download! This was one app that was on top of every E71 user’s application request list.
After the release of Facebook app for S60 5th edition devices, everyone expected for a S60 3rd Edition version soon, but Nokia took too long to build this app.
To help you celebrate Thanksgiving next week, and make it easy for you to stay in touch with friends and family, Truphone is giving away 12 hours of free calls this Thanksgiving!
Truphone is another VoIP application for mobile devices, similar to Fring. It mainly supports Symbian, iPhone and iPod Touch, Android and BlackBerry.
The only complain that Android OS users do is that there is no proper PC Suite or PC Software for Android phones. HTC Sync is available for HTC Android phones, but all it does is transfer .APK files or sync contacts.
HTC Phone Portal is a cool little phone manager app that works really well with HTC Hero and G1. It’s an app that runs a web server from your phone that you can access over Wifi from any browser on the same network.
WordPress is working hard to reach out all those bloggers who are on the move and like to blog from their cell phones. First, they came out with a WordPress app for iPhone and now they have inched towards BlackBerry users.
Personally, I think they should have come with an Android or Symbian version first. Symbian already has a third-party blogging app for WordPress which is being used by many.