FMobi now available for Asha Touch devices

| November 13, 2012 | 7 Replies


Possibly the best Facebook client on Nokia phones, FMobi, has made its way to Asha Touch.

Just like its MeeGo & Symbian counterparts, it is still a paid app, and shares the same UI. Sadly, I don’t have an Asha Touch device to give this a try.



Category: Applications, Asha, S40 Apps

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  • ndeep4318

    i use the belle paid version . App is nice and is worth it’s price

  • Mac

    Common Nokia! Bring on the Multi-tasking! If there is one thing that will make this platform a winner is that. Increase the RAM and done! Work that magic! At the moment there are very few aspects that Android have added on top of their basic phones but its becoming really scary what price point they are pushing down to.

    At the moment this platform is looking like becoming quickly irrelevant. Only thing that makes it sell is the Nokia brand name and the availability of the products across the globe. The others are pushing those boundaries though and very soon Nokia won’t have this platform propping up the lower end.

  • ww

    no skype voice call for asha made by the bitplayer nokia


  • Tech

    i think only thing missing from asha touch is Multitasking ;(
    Nokia plz bring it

  • oho

    I believe that for an Asha, this app should be free with ads, as Asha is intended primarily for low budget communities. But it’s a nice app though, I used it on my X7 and it’s very good.

    • Ztuka

      Less than Euro 3, it is practically free for the smoothness…worth every euro.
      Have it on Nokia Belle phones now and the best thing is the changeable font sizes, at least I think that is great.

  • Marc Aurel

    Seems to be available for the Asha 303 (Touch and Type) as well, probably other Touch & Type phones as well; didn’t try.