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Video: Mobile Documents beta for Symbian^3 – Cloud boosted push email at Nokia Beta Labs!

Mobile documents is a great app that lets you see heavy email attachments with ease; large emails and large documents are no longer a mobile-web waiting issue.

  • Mobile picture viewer handling 71MP images on the fly
  • PDF viewer that supports pinch and zoom, FULL SCREEN view (why the one installed on N8 can’t go full screen, what a fail), and also text flow – with just the text in a single column.
  • Share attachments from email without prior downloadand reupload. It is an instant send.

Get it from Nokia Beta Labs!

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  1. Matthias
    December 30, 2010 at 11:51 am

    Great app but why don’t add this PDF viewer as an application to open PDF files from the phone? Adobe Reader on N8 works not fine because it hasn’t pinch to zoom. I tried to open an *docx file with the application but it doesn’t works. Hotmail not supported.

    I think this application should replace the default email application of the N8 because I can’t send email attachments that are bigger than 4 MB and you should add a good PDF and doc viewer for the N8 as the one that is integrated in Mobile Documents.

  2. Ali Abdulla
    December 30, 2010 at 2:07 pm

    yup, this app has some usefulness to it…
    but a stand alone FAAAAST pdf reader is needed More,

  3. AlphaEdge
    December 30, 2010 at 11:53 pm

    I been playing around with it this morning, and it’s really slow. I get huge Word and Excel files from clients, and getting it to update the thumbnails so I can look at a page takes a long time sometimes. Sometimes it’s quick.

    A client sent me a monstrous 10 column 250 row table (stock equity table), and the Mobile Documents tried splitting it into 7 thumbnails, but it’s stuck at “fetching”, and I can’t view it. Seems their server can’t handle it. Not surprising in some ways, as that spreadsheet is crazy big.

    There is no MANUAL sync to your email account, the only option is to set it to 5 mins. Stupid or what?

    So far, I’m not impressed. Even tried to go to http://www.mobiledocuments.com website to reset my username, and it won’t allow it. I now sent email to their support.

    It is BETA, and boy can I ever tell. I wish someone would develop a service for documents that’s as fast as Opera Mini is at delivering compressed HTML/graphical content. Sure there is more processing dealing with Word/Excel/PDF’s, but right now, just delivering the thumbnails is really slow. Never mind zooming into the page, which is slow also. And this is through my fast WiFi at home.

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