Nokia Offers Nokia Suite Beta Software to Desktops
Nokia has recently renamed its Ovi Suite desktop software and is now offering a new version of it called Nokia Suite Beta 3.2. Aside from the new name, Nokia Suite 3.2 also includes a number of changes to Nokia's syncing software, including a refreshed look, more device-specific support, better phone management tools, improved sync logs, and more reliable phone update performance. Nokia said that the software also has a lot of under-the-hood improvements, such as bug fixes. The beta software is free to download and use.
Nokia Brings Back the 3310
Nokia today introduced a new version of the old Nokia 3310 phone. It includes a color screen, Snake, and the original Nokia ringtone.
Nokia Updates HERE Maps for Windows Phone
Nokia today announced an update to its suite of HERE navigation apps for the Windows Phone platform. HERE Drive+ gains 18 new languages with the update, including Algeria, Iraq, Cyprus, and Libya, making for a total of 118 supported languages.
Nokia's Z Launcher for Android Earns First Major Upgrade
Nokia recently updated its Z Launcher for Android devices. The application replaces the home screen on smartphones and adjusts what it displays throughout the day based on the user's behavior.
HERE Maps Updated for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone
Nokia today updated its HERE Maps products for the Android, iOS, and Windows Phone platforms simultaneously. Nokia says there are "millions of changes" to the maps, but calls out a few specifics.
BlackBerry Repackaging Device Management Suite
BlackBerry today announced the BlackBerry Experience Suite, a package of software that will help businesses manage their Android, iOS, and Windows smartphones and tablets. The suite will take form in three distinct services: Productivity, Communications and Collaboration, and Security.