Nokia Messaging for Social Networks : 1st impression

Thursday, December 17, 2009 7 Comments A+ a-

Hello !!!!

So, this is a 1st look interview of the New 2nd beta release of Nokia Messaging for Social Networks.

The description from their labs page is :

Warm up your Twitter fingers, the latest Nokia Messaging* for social networks beta has now added support for Twitter, making tweeting even more convenient from the homescreen of your Nokia handset.

Back in September 2009, we introduced the first iteration of the social networking beta that let people view, post, and comment on messages, share their location and status while keeping up with their Facebook friends right from their Nokia handsets. This was only the start. The majority of the feedback given by beta testers was to add support for other social networking communities (Twitter, done! More to come!) Testers also asked for enhancements to the Facebook functionality. We took your advice and have added these new features:

  • Upload pictures and videos
  • Events: View upcoming events, birthdays and import to device calendar
  • Search friends
  • Click-to-call / click-to-SMS / click-to-FB Email

We invite you to download and test drive this social networking client from Nokia Beta Labs. This is an early preview, currently available on the Nokia N97, Nokia N97 Mini, Nokia 5530, Nokia 5800, and the Nokia X6 devices. We will support more devices in the future. We also invite you to visit to see what’s available for your device from Nokia Messaging.

The description I would’ve give it is a short one:

It’s a very nice and simple to use application that lets you keep in touch with friends and family on Facebook and Twitter. It’s full featured, it lets you upload photos, videos and even add Facebook events to your calendar (on the phone).

Before I go any further, I run this application on my Nokia 5800 XpressMusic.



Well, I took some pictures and under each one you’ll find my opinion :


This is the main interface after adding your account at Twitter. It’s simple and very easy to use. It has all the features you need and it feels so smooth when using either your finger or the stylus.  I got totally no complains about it :).


This is the same interface just in landscape mode. So cool to use it specially with the full qwerty keyboard. I adore it :D !!!!


When you click on “What’s happening?” in the main screen, you go to here, from here as you can see, you can post your status, add preloaded quick texts, add your location using Ovi Maps and even shorten links :). Just awesome !




It’s basically the same page when you’re in Twitter, just as you can notice different color and icons.


When I clicked on the last icon on the right which has a number 1 on it, It brought me to this. You can from here accept requests and answer the invitations. When you click on the invitation you get a screen of its description and to RSVP in addition to that an option to add it to your own calendar on your phone :). Pretty handy.


I pretty much covered it all :) and I’ll update this post in time while knowing the app more and more.

Finally this app works on these phones :

Nokia N97, Nokia N97 Mini, Nokia 5530, Nokia 5800, and the Nokia X6 devices  and performs much better if you are running the latest firmware on your device.

Hope I helped you and let me know what you think in the comments ^_^

Take Care



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Thursday, December 17, 2009 at 8:11:00 PM GMT+1 delete

Cool all in 1 App :D
Nedjma should have launched unlimited data plans, because the number of smartphones that need data is growing fast in DZ, and Algerians are going addicted to social networking more and more !!

Thursday, December 17, 2009 at 10:23:00 PM GMT+1 delete

Yes it is ^_^
Oh yeah !!!!! That's so right !!!! We need these data plans and 3G !!! We need change !! Hopefully in 2010 like they said.
Thanks a lot for your comment you brighten up my blog :D

Friday, December 18, 2009 at 1:46:00 AM GMT+1 delete

hihi you're welcome ;) or I am welcome in your Blog lol
for 3G, no need to think more about it, as they said, we're not ready for that tech :(

Friday, December 18, 2009 at 3:42:00 AM GMT+1 delete

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Friday, December 18, 2009 at 12:27:00 PM GMT+1 delete

looool of course you're welcome !! :D
Too bad :s we're not ready for everything !!!

Mr Adré
Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at 2:20:00 PM GMT+1 delete

salam 3likom ... la façon que tu présentes le post avec est très simplifié et comprise
continue comme ça et je te souhaite bonne chance Randa ;)

Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at 8:29:00 PM GMT+1 delete

wa 3alikoum assalam :D
Merci beaucoup :D Je n'ai vraiment pas trouvé les mots pour te remerci et bonne chance pour toi aussi :D
MERCI !!!!!