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Software: Mobile Dictionary Now Working on 6210

September 25, 2008 in Mobile Phone Software

Good news for Nokia 6210 Navigator owners: Mobile Dictionary is now officially compatible with your phone. That brings total device compatibility for the app to a grand total of…5 phones.

Mobile Dictionary is a handy Symbian application that lets you translate words from one language to another. What’s cool is that you’re not limited to just one language, namely English. What’s not cool is that the app only supports three languages, one being English (which is also unremovable). So you basically get two language slots to fill with one of 41 language packs provided by Nokia.

Compatibility, as mentioned before, is still spotty and it looks like Mobile Dictionary only officially works on the Nokia E66, E71, 5320 XpressMusic, 6220 Classic, and of course now the 6210 Navigator.

Mobile Dictionary – Nokia Europe

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