Because you asked for it (or at least, Nokia thinks so), Nokia Image Exchange has been rolled out officially in Nokia Beta Labs. In a nutshell, Nokia Image Exchange is an always-on, always-connected, experimental image gallery that enables users to browse and share images with people they know.
With it, Nokia wants to make image browsing and sharing images fun and easy, with an aim to provide a seamless integration of a mobile image gallery and a corresponding web-service. It’s currently available as a free download under Nokia Beta Labs, and could graduate into the mainstream depending on user feedback.
A few notable highlights from Nokia Image Exchange include automatic account creation, automatic back up and synchronization of image data, instant sharing, notifications about new images from contacts and a web interface for uploading and downloading images.
For a service like this, a Wi-Fi connection and the availability of a wall outlet for charging is highly recommended. It has been tested to work on the following devices: N95 (all versions), N85, N82, N81 (all models), E71, N76, N78 and Nokia 5320 XpressMusic (as well as many other 3.1 and 3.2 S60 devices). While it has been tested to either NOT work or have some issues on the following: N96, E90, Nokia 5800 XpressMusic.
For more information, see the video below. Or better yet, visit the download page here.
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