We are currently planning a serious upgrade for Beta Labs website, to make it more engaging for the user community (= you), and to increase the quantity and quality of feedback for us (= Nokia). As our initiative keeps growing, there is a lot work to be done in both of these areas.
What do you think we should do next?
- Keeping what works: what do you like about our current approach, what should we keep?
And so it begins... Nokia headhunters asked me to add this advertisement to Beta Labs front page:
Heh. I guess you have proved to be a lucrative group of people for targeted recruiting campaigns. I wish we would have already a formal Beta Labs reputation system in place...
Ask, and ye shall receive. We just updated Nokia Communication Center, addressing many of the issues you raised:
Guest writer: Mark Wheatley, Product Manager, Nokia Music for PC
Welcome to Nokia Music!
Thanks checking out this Beta version of our new Nokia Music PC application.
Guest blogger: Ole Kirkeby, Nokia Step Counter team
Nokia Step Counter does what it says on the tin: it counts the number of steps you take by analyzing how you 'shake' your phone. Since most people have their phone with them everywhere they go, it is natural to use the accelerometer in an S60 product to track your daily activity.
Guest blogger: Victor Brilon, Internet Tablet Video Converter team.
Nokia Internet Tablet Video Converter has been updated and we're thrilled to bring you this latest version. This latest release includes several major updates, including:
Guest blogger: Martin Ramsin.
The Maps 2.0 beta is getting close to graduate and has been updated today. A lot of bugs have been fixed and some new features have been added. More details on that soon
Guest blogger: Antony Pranata, Nokia Location Tagger team.
I have good news and bad news for you. The good news is Location Tagger has just been updated. The bad news is this version will be the last update on Beta Labs. Instead, location tagging will be integrated into selected future Nokia devices.