Tuesday, April 10, 2012

 After launching Windows Phone Powered Smartphones, the Co-Operation Between Nokia and Microsoft is going very well. This interlinking not only exists in Windows Phone OS, But also Nokia's own Mobile Device Platform, Symbian. Nokia has Announced That They Are Including 'Microsoft Office' In Symbian based Nokia Smartphones


   Microsoft Office was limited for Windows Phone Based Smartphone through the collaboration. But now, Devices Including Nokia 701, Nokia 700, Nokia 603, Nokia E7, Nokia X7, Nokia C7, Nokia Oro, and Nokia C6-01 Are To Get 'Microsoft Office's Productivity Features in their Symbian device. Currently these features can be acquired by Nokia Suite Update But it will be available in Nokia Store in Coming Weeks. If you are using one of the Symbian Powered Device Mentioned Before, Nokia has published new features in their blog.

   If you’re a Word user, you’ll appreciate the fact that with Word mobile, you can save or send documents while preserving tables, SmartArt and charts, or the pinch/zoom functionality to easily view and edit documents.
       In PowerPoint mobile, you can edit presentation texts and speaker notes, or use the Outline view to quickly browse through slides. With Excel mobile, you can create charts, or insert formulae and view rich data and charts from anywhere.

   When Android is rich with office and productivity apps in Google Play, Nokia's Symbian is still at back. From February, Nokia had started rolling out Microsoft Buissness based apps including Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Document Connection, Microsoft Lync 2010 Mobile and Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer for Symbian Belle Powered Smartphones. Even the apps were not enough to edit documents on the go, it was useful for sharing and storing Necessary Documents.

    Still Symbian devices such as Nokia N8, Nokia E6 and Nokia 500 have to wait for getting these productivity features. The Mobile Giant also posted that The 41 MP Nokia 808 Pureview Will Also Be Loaded With Microsoft's Complete Office Suite. So Symbian users are now to have a productivity powered smartphone life.