Nokia Suite, which used to be called Nokia Ovi Suite, is an application which allows Nokia users to connect their Nokia devices with Microsoft Windows. It is able to synchronise contacts, calendar, photos, messages, music and videos between a Nokia device and a personal computer. It can also download maps to Nokia devices, and back up or restore the contents of those devices. In addition, Nokia Suite can connect the personal computer to the internet via a mobile device (known as tethering), and can update the device’s software.
In terms of its appearance, Nokia Suite is modern and stylish, and very easy to use. Its bright, colourful user interface attracts the user to its array of options and settings, while there are options on the left of screen to ‘install applications’ and ‘back up now’.
Nokia Suite has several features which are easy and efficient to use. The most prominent of those are backup, automated synchronisation and interface. The interface is divided into two sections, ‘on my computer’ and ‘Nokia recommendations’, and the user is able to choose between their important notifications on the first side, and messages and music on the other. This feature is clear and easy to use. The Automated Synchronisation feature enables the user to update their personal content each time their Nokia device and PC are connected.
The user must click ‘Sync’ then ‘Sync options’ before this process is completed in a matter of seconds. Backup provides the user with access to their images, videos and other files quickly and efficiently, while also giving the user peace of mind that their files are backed up on the Nokia device should their PC encounter problems.
When I compare Nokia OVI Suite to Nokia PC Suite, I can find that the two are similar in many departments. However, while PC Suite is fast, has small memory and a low CPU usage, is reliable, stable and is easy to use, OVI Suite is slow, has a large memory and is a CPU hog. OVI suite is also unstable and unreliable. These appear to be the only contrasts between two very useful tools which are set alongside each other by the same developer.
In conclusion, We believe and are sure that Nokia Suite is a good product made by a company which, although perceivably on a decline from its heyday at the top of the market, is still very much a competitor in the Smartphone world.
[7:32:20 PM] Daniel: The developer of Nokia Suite is the Nokia Corporation, a Finnish firm which specialises in mobile phones and portable IT devices. Nokia also offers internet services including games, applications, messaging and media, while its wholly owned subsidiary Navteq provides map navigation and information free of charge. Nokia employs, as of 2012, over 100,000 people worldwide, in 120 countries, sells its products in 150 countries, and posts an annual profit of around €30billion. It is currently the tenth largest Smartphone vendor in the world, having fallen from its peak rank of first which it held from 2011 until 2013. Nokia is the world’s 274th largest company, and is listed on the Finnish Stock Exchange, however its position as one of the leading lights in the Smartphone market has been put under considerable threat by the rise of companies such as Apple.
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