Vringo Offers Facetones to Symbian Handsets
Jan 31, 2012, 8:59 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Vringo today announced that the latest version of its Facetones application is available to Nokia devices running Symbian Anna and Belle. Facetones automatically pulls photos from users' Facebook accounts to create a slideshow of individual contacts that plays on the phone's display when that contact calls or when the user calls that person. Vringo expects to integrate Facetones with other social networks and photo sites in the near future. The app is already available for Android devices and the iPhone. Facetones for Nokia handsets is available from the Nokia Store.
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