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A Taste of T9 Nav from Symbian-Lifeblog, S.60.com, Nokia E65 BlogSpot, & AAS Reviews

Here are some notable highlights from some recent reviews of T9 Nav in the media, including this video review: 

Carleton Lindow Jr, gives T9 Nav high ratings in both his review on S.60.com and Nokia E65 BlogSpot:

“5 out of 5”

“A must have” 

CHANGING THEMES AND PROFILES

“T9 Nav ‘serves the shortest shortcut”

Symbian-Lifeblog highlights on how you can use T9 Nav to directly locate the theme that you are looking by just pressing the first few letters of its name.   Once you find it, you can set it on by simply selecting it.  

“Simple as that”

BRINGING CONTENT HOME

According to Steve Litchfield’s review on All About Symbian:

“T9 Nav does “what it promises – obviating the need for the S60 menu and bringing its contents (and a lot more) into the existing home/standby screen”.

SEARCHING NUMERIC FIELDS MAKES FINDING CONTACTS EASIER

The review also goes on to say: 

“One of T9Nav’s best…abilities is that it searches within numeric fields. Suppose someone calls your landline while you were out but you don’t recognise the number. Remembering just the last few digits “something 8382….” you open up your phone and tap in 8382 into the standby screen/T9Nav. Any matches in your Contacts will be shown.

“Very useful indeed.”

References: See links under Reviews section in the left-hand column.

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Unlock the Power of Your Mobile Phone

2062697414_2bcd8b02de_mT9 Nav is a mobile search application that provides fast, easy access to features, applications content and data stored on your mobile device, as well as to information and content available online. With T9 Nav, you can bypass complex device menus to quickly get to the information and content that you want. It starts working right from the home screen of your 12 key mobile phone. Similar to T9 predictive text, T9 Nav allows you to simply type the first few letters or numbers of whatever you’re looking for. As soon as you press a numbered key, T9 Nav starts looking for anything on your device, or on your carrier’s mobile website, that matches the numbers or letters on that key.