Nokia Lifeblog 2.5

Free Great tool for those who want to keep track of their memories and share them with others
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Nokia Lifeblog is a great tool for those who want to keep track of their memories and share them with others. It allows you to sync images, audio, video files, and messages between your phone and computer, store media files, organize them in a timeline, edit notes, log into your blog account, and publish your photos. You can also create backups, share media files via email, and print images. It's a great way to keep your memories safe, organized, and easily accessible.

You can move pictures from and to PC and mobile phone (both ways) and make changes to the images that will be kept in a safe place.

It shows all the supported types for images, videos, multimedia and messages, and you can search throughout the whole content and zoom on them to see exactly what you are looking for. It shows anything in full screen, to share all the pictures with family and/or friends, in chronological order to easy the way of following past messages.

It imports files from different sources by taking the pictures and puting them on the right folder (drag and drop) to and from your computer.

It tags files to easily search and filter by file type, text in files, favorites, etc. to sort them in the Timeline, so you can find quickly what you are looking for. Location, description or note tags can be added to easy the search of determinated items.

Rotates pictures, edit text, and permits to handle your files from other image applications you might have instaled on your computer. more

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Pros

  • Great program for handling photos and messages from and to mobile phones and computer. Good search engine based on added tags and dates

Cons

  • The interface is not so clear. It is necessary to work with it before you get used to it

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No use for it

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