Nokia Lifeblog Software

December 23, 2004

Nokia today announced that Nokia Lifeblog 1.5 is now available at . Nokia Lifeblog is a mobile phone and PC application that keeps an organized multimedia diary of the items collected with your mobile phone. In addition to new mobile and PC related features, Nokia Lifeblog 1.5 will enable personal mobile multimedia blogging.

"When you go to all your holiday festivities with family and friends, you will write many happy holiday messages, capture great photos, and shoot exciting videos. If you have a Nokia 7610, Nokia 6670, Nokia 6630 or Nokia 6260, then Nokia Lifeblog is your perfect holiday companion," said Christian Lindholm, Director, Multimedia Applications, Nokia Ventures Organization.

"With Nokia Lifeblog, your phone does the work of collecting your fun times this holiday, as Lifeblog automatically does the work of putting it all in chronological order. And, once you have all your holiday memories in Nokia Lifeblog, you'll want to share a lot of them online via a blog or email, either from your phone or PC. And all that a lifeblogger need is a weblog account from a Nokia Lifeblog compatible provider, such as Six Apart's TypePad service."

In addition to the blogging capability, Nokia Lifeblog 1.5 comes with some usability additions. The ability to back-up to CD or DVD, a full screen item view, and enhanced sharing on the mobile, makes it more enjoyable to browse, search, and share. Nokia Lifeblog 1.5 will be available in 15 languages. The new languages include Czech, Danish, Dutch, Greek, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish and Swedish.

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