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Jaiswallko
02-26-2010, 05:14 PM
Nokia Beta Labs Nokia Image Exchange v1.00(3) S60v5 SymbianOS9.x Signed
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Nokia Image Exchange is an exciting, experimental image gallery to make browsing and sharing images fun and easy. It aims to provide a seamless integration of a mobile image gallery application and a corresponding web-service. Image Exchange explores user experience when the mobile phone is enabled with an always-on data connection and utilizes existing contact information as a basis for social networking.

A few notable highlights include: automatic account creation, automatic back up and synchronization of image data, instant sharing, notifications about new images from contacts and a web interface for uploading and downloading images.
Note: The first time you use Image Exchange it may be initially slow as it generates image thumbnails and uploads images onto your private web account. If available, you can use a WiFI network and charger during this period. After initial upload the application should be quite fast.
Notice: Nokia Image Exchange is an experimental research project by Nokia Research Center. For a similar mainstream Nokia service, check out Ovi Share. If network use is enabled Nokia Image Exchange generates data traffic between the mobile phone and the service. The traffic costs depend on your network operator and data plan.
Nokia Image Exchange web service
* The web service has been tested with Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer 7. Google Chrome and Opera 9 seem to work.
Changelog: v1.00(3)
- Now its possible to add people to your People menu. Simply click & Add to People on a person's image and the images he/she publishes later on appear directly under his/her screen name in your People menu. This feature is available via both the mobile and web interfaces.
- set a screen name from your mobile.
- The touch UI version also sees the return of a search grid so you can see an overview of your shots. The search view is accessible via the main menu as well as via the volume down key in image browsing mode.