But before you get too excited about this, you should know that, for the moment, most of the available motion-based apps (developed by eyeSight) aren’t really useful.
In fact, there’s only one app that’s useful: eyeCall – which lets you “move your hand in front of the phone’s camera to silence an incoming call” or “cover the phone with your hand to send the caller an automatic text message.”
Other than that, the motion-based titles include FartControl (seen in the video below), Truth or Dare, Fortune Cookies and Ninja Strike.
To download the new motion-based apps on your Nokia phone visit Ovi Store.
Via the Ovi Blog
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