Soundtrckr 1.1 now available

| January 27, 2011 | 3 Replies

The folks over at Nokia beta labs have brought to us an update to Soundtrckr for Symbian ^3 and S60 5th Edition.

If you don’t know what Soundtrckr is, you can find out more on Jay’s earlier post, but the official blurb from Ovi is:

Soundtrckr makes it easy to discover and play the music your friends and your neighbors are listening to anywhere. Use Soundtrckr to comment on your friends’ stations, check their latest stations, and more. Discover your city’s favorite artists. Access any artist, any genre from the largest music catalog on Internet radio with more than 8M songs for FREE. Create your own radio stations, share them with your friends via Twitter and Email.


The updates are listed below and there are some specific to S^3 and others for S60 5th.

Symbian ^3 and S60 5th Edition:

  • Email & password are visible to user (fixes login failure issue)
  • Bug fix for application restart on S^3
  • Proper display of artist/song in the music player

S60 5th Edition specific bug:

  • Improved experience
  • Nearby station application error
  • Faster response from music player
  • Various performance fixes

To download the latest version and the latest developments, head over to: (You need to login/register to download)


Category: 5th Edition, Applications, Nokia, S60, Symbian, Symbian^3

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  • Deaconclgi

    I hope it really fixes the login issue as stated! I haven’t been able to log in ever.

  • fahoum

    this app has great sound quality. I use it all the time in my car. The only problem with it is that when you run it in the background and want to do something (such as sending a msg or open the browser ) it starts to stutter. Besides that.. Its a great app.
    I recommend it for all the music lovers who want to enjoy good quality music

  • David

    Can you pick up real radio stations or only stations your friends have made?