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Nokia Creates Threaded SMS Application

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Sep 21, 2007, 8:56 AM   by (staff)

Nokia made a beta program called Conversations available for download today that enables threaded SMS similar to that seen on the iPhone or Palm Treos. The application groups conversations by contact and strings them together so they can be sorted easily in the messaging application. It also adds a way for users to reply to SMS messages from the application and maintain on-going conversations easily. Two separate applications must be downloaded in order for Conversations to work, and Nokia recommends that your device is updated to the latest firmware. It will work on most S60 3rd Edition E Series and N Series devices.

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Sep 21, 2007, 10:27 AM

Catching up to the Iphone

That's what all manufacturers are doing these days.
More or less, yeah that's true...

But since the advent of PUSH, and now with "real-time" multimedia devices (ie- iPhone and Treo Brand)...

I want a iBlackBerry!!!
Very Happy
Evil or Very Mad Why do people act like the iPhone is like the best phone ever! The article DID mention the Treos too!! And besides that the Treo was doing it before the iPhone was even out so please stop pretending like the iPhone has caused all these "new" fe...

Sep 21, 2007, 4:25 PM


This has been on our S60 wish list for years. Now that it is finally available let me tell you firsthand that it is pretty cool. The only problem is that this program is attached to the contacts and not the Messaging application. So you have to check your messages in the messaging and then go to contacts to set see threaded messages. Hopefully nokia will fix this. Overall a great start but cold be much better.
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