Consumers ‘can stay fit and healthy after trading-in mobile phone’

People who trade-in a mobile and upgrade to a Nokia phone can take advantage of a special app that helps individuals improve their health.Adam, writing for the Nokia Conversations blog, explains the Wellness Diary Beta app is new to Ovi Store but has already had quite an effect.It can be used to help many mobile users stick to their new year's resolution of getting fit."Wellness…

Businesses could take advantage of Orange offer by trading-in mobiles

Businesses in the UK may like to trade-in their mobile phones and upgrade to devices they feel will be ideal for a new service being offered by Orange.The network has launched Pocket Landline, a scheme that allows small and medium-sized firms to redirect their landline number through to their mobiles.Perhaps the major benefit of such technology is it means companies will never have to miss…

Single travellers ‘can seek inspiration via Apple iPhone’

People who take holidays on their own may find plenty of useful material from a new app designed for mobile phone users.Friendship Travel is a tool that allows people to discuss good places to go, recommended activities and suitable places to eat, drink and stay, reports Breaking Travel News.There are even embedded videos of popular destinations for singletons to browse before they commit to a…

Universal charger ‘is good news for mobile phone users’

The news there will be a common mobile phone charger that will work with the majority of brands and models is undoubtedly positive for consumers, says an expert.Ian, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog, explains there are three significant factors in favour of adopting a universal charger.The first of these is simply the fact it makes life easier for all concerned, as people no…

Mobile recycling could lead consumers to Google Goggles

Consumers who choose to recycling their mobile phones in the early part of 2011 may wish to consider a device powered by Android as a potential replacement.That is because, according to Google Mobile blog authors Leon Palm and Jiayong Zhang, a new version of Google Goggles is now available to Britons.And the best news of all is that it comes with plenty of innovative and…

Non-smartphone users may like to trade-in mobile to enjoy library app

The British Library has launched its first official app, which could persuade some of its most devoted supporters to trade-in their mobile and switch to a smartphone.It is now available to those with an iPhone, iPad or Android device, with consumers who download the tool afforded access to some of the institution's most special exhibits.Named Treasures, the app features more than 40 videos with expert…

Mobile trade-in could help users fund access to latest iPhone technology

Trading-in a mobile may be the only way many people can find the funds to splash out on an iPhone 4 – on which some of the latest technology can be enjoyed.Mobile Entertainment magazine has compiled a list of some of the latest releases it recommends to those with the revolutionary Apple model.It starts by naming Ladybird Baby Touch: Peekaboo as its favourite app of…

Mobile phone customers promised rapid development by Nokia

A Nokia expert has spoken out on the subject of the Finnish brand's ability to design, develop and manufacture next generation mobile phone technology.Phil, writing the latest Nokia Conversations blog, explains his belief that the company's future products will continue to make current models look like "two tin cans and a piece of string", such is the rate of advancement.This is perhaps ideally illustrated by…