What is Nokia LifeBlog?

Monday 15th, December 2008 / 10:28 Written by

This term might be seen in most of the Nokia N-series mobile phones, and few other mobiles of Nokia and this is actually an app that comes pre-loaded and installed in the mobiles. Nokia Lifeblog is an application which acts as a diary with multimedia features for the mobile users. This tool collects all the photos and videos taken from the mobile camera, the MMS and SMS received or sent and arranges them according to the timeline and does similar to a blog post with all the activities shared.

The tags such as time information, location, sender or receiver info are all stored for anytime future access and you can control on what to keep searchable and what to have private.
The Lifeblog is made of the Symbian S60 software which is synchronized with Microsoft Windows PC program and this PC program can help in importing images.

The Lifeblog is not rendered to only mobile phones, but there is also a PC version of the LifeBlog. TypePad, LiveJournal, LifeLogger, Jutut, LifeType, MediaBlog, and SaunaBlog are the ATOM enabled blog platforms where the data can be directly posted to. And the images that are captured from the mobile phone can be directly sent to the Flickr account through Nokia LifeBlog.

Here are the mobile phones which have the LifeBlog application –
NSeries mobiles – N70, N71, N72, N73, N75, N76, N77, N80, N81, N82, N90, N91, N92, N93, N93i, N95 and the 8 GB versions of N81 and N95.
Other Nokia Mobiles – Nokia 3250, 3230, 6260, 6630, 6670, 6680, 6681, 6682, 7610.

Only the above mobile phones can see the applications in the My Own or Extras folder in the device.

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