Those who feel it is time to trade in a mobile phone and replace it with something more modern may wish to look at the Nokia S40 range, as a new app has been released which improves on the device's web browsing experience.
According to a post by Adam on the Nokia Conversations blog, searching the internet on a mobile phone has been taken to new levels with the Ovi Browser Beta.
As well as a colourful new look, the software boasts a collection of popular links in the user's country of origin, including Twitter, Yahoo! and Amazon.
In addition, the browser supports 85 languages.
Summing up, Adam said that those looking to sell a mobile phone and invest in a more modern device will find searching the web to be a pleasurable experience.
“The latest Ovi Browser Beta from Ovi Store brings a faster, richer and more enjoyable way of searching for content on the web, right from your mobile phone,” he added.
In a previous post, Adam highlighted the S40's Foursquare feature, which allows users to check into their favourite places and let their friends know where they are.
Posted by Simon Thomas