Gone are the days when users had to struggle for hours and hours with useless software in order to transfer some useful information like a web link or even an image from their PCs to their phone. And even with dedicated software the plight didn’t seem to lessen.
To solve this problem, Nokia has come out with a very useful and a unique application, Nokia Drop, named rightly after the much renowned drag and drop gesture which most of the mobile phone users are familiar with.
Nokia drop does a similar job but without the drag. If you like a link, or want share some information on your cellphone, just drop the link in your OVI box and the same will be delivered to the linked Nokia smartphone in the form of a Push message.
Users can also send files and images directly to their devices without the use of any physical wires and not even the use of Bluetooth. All they need to do is install the application on their computer and device, switch it on whenever they need to transfer some information.
The application is presently in the experimental stage and basing upon the users’ experience Nokia will decide whether this graduates as a full product or not. Users who wish to give it a try can download the application directly from Nokia Beta labs or just click here.