Nokia has released the Nokia Lifeblog 2.0, a collection and storage solution for personal multimedia content. As with previous versions of Nokia Lifeblog, consumers can create a rich personal multimedia diary, with photos, video clips, messages and text notes all stored in one place.
With content organized in a chronological manner, it is easy to browse, search, view and share the content both on a mobile device as well as on a compatible PC.
The new version of Nokia Lifeblog builds on the previous versions by adding audio notes as well as other context information, such as calendar entries and location information, to the diary. This means that images and video clips are surrounded with the context in which they were taken.
With the new Nokia Lifeblog, the mobile device can be set to immediately link photos to information about location, calendar entries, and even what time it was. For example, if the calendar on a Nokia device is used to input an entry for a specific event, photos taken during that time will be tagged with this information from the calendar.
All content can be transferred to a compatible PC, offering permanent storage as well as freeing up memory space on the mobile device. Photos and video clips can also be shared directly from a PC via email or by blogging to a compatible service.
The software is available now for compatible PCs, but the new mobile software, which is compatible with all Nokia Nseries devices, is expected to become available for free download from the end of April 2006.