Nokia Point & Find updated: join a global community of trend-settersTue, 2010-04-27 22:45
Written by Sophie-Charlotte Moatti, Nokia Point & Find team
It’s hard to believe it’s been three months since our last release. We’ve been working hard and I’m happy to share with you the best version of Nokia Point & Find so far. We hope you’ll download it and use our interactive, user-created city guide wherever you are. With this latest release, you can also tag buildings in your city or neighborhood and leave memories exactly where they took place.
We’ve introduced a tutorial for first timers, reduced image flickering, and extended our support to two new devices: Nokia X6 and Nokia 5230 XpressMusic. We also hope you’ll check out a couple of new experiences:
- homes24, in the UK: a house hunting service that allows homebuyers to receive property information simply by pointing their phone at participating properties, and
- ShopSavvy, in Germany, Netherlands, the UK and the US: a shopping comparison service that allows consumers to find product information and pricing simply by scanning barcodes.
If you’ve been using Point & Find so far, we’d like to ask that you help us further improve our service by rating us on the scale below, or by completing a survey about your experience using Point & Find. If you leave us your contact info at the end of the survey, you’ll enter a drawing for a chance to win a new Nokia X6!
And, to keep up with our latest news, be sure to check out our new blog, updated by our Community Manager, Adena DeMonte. You can also become a fan of our updated Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter @PointandFind.
Stay tuned, there are some new improvements coming in our next release. In the meantime, please download Nokia Point & Find* today and let us know what you think about our latest release.
-Sophie-Charlotte Moatti and the P&F team
* Remember to upgrade your firmware before installing Point & Find. Otherwise, you may get the following error message: “Certificate error, Contact application / service provider.”