“From the makers of PaintBall & Frutakia a ‘fresh’ idea of puzzle gaming that won’t let you alone!
Make horizontal or vertical pairs of two and more same fish. You can see the frozen fish ice cubes; defrost them by breaking the ice!
Break the ice of each fish group, by holding the pen down on the screen and moving it on each fish without letting go. The ice will break and the
fish will appear. After a while the pairs will be calculated and the points & life earned
—Touchscreen UPDATE (1.3) —
* Storm special version
* Storm full screen graphics
* Storm horizontal and vertical graphics
* Storm touch screen tuned
* Minor bugs fixed.
— Non-Touchscreen UPDATE (1.3) —
* Games loads faster.
* Information added.
* Minor bugs fixed.” Check it here:
“Nuance Communications announced that it has been accepted as a member of the Symbian Foundation, enabling Nuance to further develop and deploy innovative mobile solutions that enhance and simplify devices based on the Symbian operating system (OS).“The Symbian OS brought smartphones to the mainstream and powers among the most advanced devices on the global market,” said Michael Thompson, senior vice president and general manager, Nuance Mobile. “We expect that the adoption of Series 60 phones from Nokia, Samsung, LG and others is going to rapidly expand over the next few years. This proliferation of Symbian’s open source platform provides Nuance with an exciting opportunity to bring our innovative speech, predictive text and handwriting solutions to an increasingly pervasive mobile platform base around the world.”Nuance’s broad portfolio of speech and predictive text solutions are already available for many Symbian Series 60 devices around the world, including XT9, T9 Nav, and TALKS&ZOOMS.” via slashphone.com
“Accessing the Internet from a mobile device has been an important trend in mobile for the last 15 years. In the last few years this trend has accelerated such that acessing to the Internet from a mobile device is now one of its key functions. For some users it is even more important than voice calls, although for others it remains a secondary function.In this feature I look at the key metric of page load time in a number of Nokia’s ‘S60 on Symbian’ devices. To give some context with the rest of the market, I also compare the Apple iPhone 3G and the T-Mobile (Android) G1.Despite being seen as cutting edge in its early days, the S60 browser is now, in many reviews and commentaries, seen as slow and out of date, but this is not really true. For those that see S60 as something of a backwater, the results below may come as something of a suprise.” Read more here: