Try Out The New And Improved Nokia Ovi Suite 3.1 Beta

A new version of Nokia Ovi Suite is now up for grabs.When working on this latest version, Nokia say they focused on improving the quality. With their main goal being to bring the Nokia Ovi Suite onto a new level of reliability. Take a look at the new features they have added, below.



Enhanced key parts of Nokia Ovi Suite to make sure they are easy and efficient to use. For example, updating your phone software and mobile apps takes place more easily and you can now update both in one go. What’s more, when you choose to download something from Ovi Store through Nokia Ovi Suite, the download link is sent to your phone. You can then go on to download the selected item directly to your phone. This saves some of your valuable time and there’s no need to open a web browser on your desktop anymore.

Sync Log


Then there are the new additions. You can see the results of your latest sync in the Sync log view. The results include all the details that were added, updated or deleted during the sync, in addition to the information where each of these changes took place

Keeping track of your map downloads is now easier than before, too, as you can view your download queue by clicking Downloads in the Maps view. And, if you feel that sending text messages to groups is something you’ve been missing, you’ll probably be happy to know that creating contact groups is now possible in the Contacts view. Sending messages to all the members of a specific group is then simple to do in the Messaging view.

Critical Fixes


Image above taken with Nokia N8

Creating the connection between your phone and computer and syncing content between the two have been improved with critical fixes. You might also like to check out the fine-tuned playback of high-definition videos. Playing your videos with Nokia Ovi Suite is now smoother and nicer than ever before.

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