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Top 10 Free Applications for your Internet Enabled Nokia N73 – Part 1

Do you have unlimited internet connection / data plan enabled in your Nokia N73? Then here is the top 10 applications for your Nokia N73, that you can use to extract the maximum from your data plan. You can still use these applications even if you don’t have an unlimited data plan. But in that case, make sure you don’t get a huge bill 😉

Also read the typical usage (well, it is my usage 🙂 )  and recommendations.

10. Symella and SymTorrent :- Symella is a P2P client for GnuTella and SymTorrent is a bit Torrent client. What they do is usual. Download tons of data (vidoes / images / songs / applications or anything that is shared). You can easily download several Mega Bytes of data in no time. Just make sure you have a memory card to download all those stuffs. 🙂

Typical Usage : 20 MB / day(or night 🙂  . Per Month : 20 x 30 = 600 MB

Not recommended, if you don’t have unlimited data plan.

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9. S60 Internet Radio: Use this application to change your Nokia N73 to a true Internet Radio. S60 Internet Radio can play tons of internet radio stations from ShoutCast.

Typical Usage: 3 Hours a day.
Average Data Usage : 200KB per Minute (If, the station plays less than 32Kbps streams)
200 X 60 X 3 X 30 = 1080000 KB or ~ 1 GB per Month.

Not Recommended, if you don’t have unlimited data plan.

Read More…

8. GMail :- Gmail is now open to public. So if you don’t have one, it is a shame (Go to www.gmail.com now). Use this application to read and compose new mails. It features almost the same web interface.

  • Mails will be grouped as conversations.
  • You can display labeled and starred messages.
  • You can search in mails

To download visit http://gmail.com/app from your N73 browser

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Limitations:- Attachments are not handled well. If images are attached, it will work. But if images are inserted in the messages, then it will not. Also, very long messages are truncated.

Typical Usage: It depends. But at least 1MB per day for the majority.
30 X 1 = 30 MB per month. (So this can be recommended for users with limited data plans also)

7. Google Maps :- This is the mobile version of Google’s famous application. More and more countries are supported now. It can be used even if your country is not supported because of the satellite view mode.

Typical Usage: This application downloads tons of data in no time. You can check this by  switching to the satellite view mode, and zooming in and out continuously.

Playing one hour daily with it, will make it download 5MB of data (average) .i.e 5 X 30 = 150 MB

Not recommended for users with a tight data plan.

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6. Coogees :- Coogees is a community where you can download/share videos, images, applications or anything. Each user will have his own space. And these files can be sent to friends on MSN messenger.

Typical usage: Depends as your interests. If you like to share and download more videos then, you will consume more data.

Typically, 10 MB / day. i.e 10 X 30 = 300 MB per month

It can be used by users with tight data plans with some care.

Read more…

Please wait for the next post to see the next 5 applications.  🙂

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May 5, 2007 - Posted by | N73 General

6 Comments »

  1. good.site

    Comment by kadian | May 9, 2007 | Reply

  2. I hope to see Opera Mini in the next five… It is just awesome…

    Comment by Arun | May 12, 2007 | Reply

  3. very goog

    Comment by mobile point araria | December 14, 2007 | Reply

  4. I hope to see Opera Mini in the next five… It is just awesome…

    Comment by mani | December 15, 2008 | Reply

  5. I hope to see Opera Mini in the next five… It is just funny

    Comment by mani | December 15, 2008 | Reply

  6. I hope to see opera mini the next five.. It is just owesome

    Comment by Prakash patel | January 6, 2009 | Reply


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