Nokia app sends links, photos from PC to phone

Dubbed Nokia Drop, the free, experimental app is similar to Google's "Chrome to Phone" service for Android users.

Nokia has released a beta application that lets people send links and photos from their desktop browser to their Symbian handsets.

Dubbed Nokia Drop, the free, experimental app is similar to Google's "Chrome to Phone" service for Android users. According to a post published on the Nokia blog today, Nokia Drop was built using the cross-platform Qt framework. In addition to being usable for sending URLs and image files, the service can also be used to remotely change the handset's wallpaper.

Read more of "Nokia Drop sends links, photos from desktop to phone" at ZDNet UK.

 

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