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October 26, 2006

Symella and SymTorrent for S60 3rd Edition Now Available

by Darla Mack



Rcadden has alerted me that Symella and SymTorrent are now available for S60 3rd edition.  Both apps have been tested on Nokia N80 and N91 multimedia computers.

Symella is a Gnutella client for Symbian smartphones. Gnutella is a popular Peer-to-Peer file sharing network with several users from all around the world.

SymTorrent is a BitTorrent client for Symbian smartphones. BitTorrent is a very popular peer-to-peer file-sharing protocol used by millions of users worldwide. SymTorrent is the first full-featured and complete BitTorrent client for Symbian OS. It supports downloading multiple torrent files at the same time, is capable of both downloading and uploading and can save the status of your unfinished torrents, so you can resume the downloads after restarting the application. You can also check the status of each file inside a torrent along with several other statistics and properties during download.

Me personally, I've never used Symella but I've heard that its an excellent app and alot of S60 users are happy that its been ported to 3rd edition.  SymTorrent on the other hand is fairly new.

[Thanks Ricky]


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So we get fancy peer-to-peer clients, but are still lacking a basic FTP and SMB client. Makes no sense to me...


Darla, please. "Multimedia computer" is a nokia-invented marketing term that is too vague to actually describe what nokia makes, but is too cumbersome to roll off the tongue in conversation. If you keep using it, Nokia's marketing execs will think its actually a good name, when it in reality is so general, it can be used to describe nearly every desktop and laptop computer made in the last 15 years.


Multimedia computer? Nokia has the freedom whatever moniker they give to their latest gadget. At least, they provide us a nearly PC-like capable smartphones but not as a PC replacement for sure.

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