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Access Netfront for Symbian Series 60
Posted on 5-Feb-2004 07:34 | Filed under: Software


Access Netfront for Symbian Series 60
Access Netfront 3.1 for Symbian Series 60 (Nokia 3650, N-Gage, Nokia 7650) is a sophisticated Internet browser for smartphones. It provides quick and seamless access to standard Web pages from a mobile phone. To make mobile browsing convenient NetFront offers Smart-Fit Rendering, which intelligently adapts standard Web pages to the screen width of a Series 60 phone and eliminates the need for horizontal scrolling. To get information fast NetFront starts displaying a Web page in a simplified format and automatically enriches the layout as more elements get downloaded. This allows you quickly gain an overview about the contents and select further reading links before the complete download of larger objects such as pictures or animations.

Designed for non-PC devices, NetFront v3.1 supports all important Internet standards, including HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.1, cHTML, CSS, SSL and ECMA Script (JavaScript 1.5).

Smart-Fit Redering is a sophisticated rendering technique to adapt pages coded for PC to a Series 60 screen. Smart-Fit Rendering eliminates the need for horizontal scrolling, yet maintains the intended layout as much as possible.

NetFront starts displaying a Web page in a simplified format and automatically enriches the layout as more elements get downloaded. This gives you an overview about the contents quickly and you can select further reading links before larger objects such as pictures or animations are downloaded.

You can assign menu commands to the phone's number keys, plus the * and # keys. A set of shortcuts is predefined. For example pressing 2 brings you to the end of a page while pressing 1 brings you back to the top of the page, * toggles full screen mode on/off and # toggles Smart-Fit on/off.

NetFront seamlessly integrates with other applications on your phone. For example, you can easily add an e-mail address from a link on a Web page to your Contacts; and, clicking an e-mail link opens the e-mail application with the address automatically added inserted.




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