Nokia Drop adds support for sending map views and RSS feedsWed, 2011-06-08 14:38
We proudly present the new release of Nokia Drop. We have added a couple of new features and made user experience improvements to our web pages and to the Nokia Drop client.
When you have installed the new version of Nokia Drop, you can now choose how you want to handle received items, automatically or manually. Automatically means that received items are handled seamlessly; that Nokia Drop UI doesn´t pop-up when you receive items. In manual mode, you need to click items in the client if you want something to happen. This was something that was proposed by many of you after our first release.
The other new feature is related to maps. Now you can send map view or selected address from maps.ovi.com. The maps item you send is opened straight in the Maps application on your device and also saved to your Favorites folder. Now you can easily search for specific places from maps.ovi.com and have it easily sent and saved to your device. This was also something which was proposed by users.
We have also improved RSS feed handling. Now you can select from the Nokia Drop extension/add-on options where you want to send your feeds. If you are using Nokia Reader, you can now easily send feeds straight to that application. If you don´t yet have Nokia Reader application installed, you can find that from Beta Labs. You can also select your device´s native browser web feed folder, if you prefer that.
There are also usability and user experience changes and improvement in both web pages and in the client end.