Snaptu Makes You Forget about The iPhone 3Gs

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  1. I think we spoke about this – I love Snaptu and have been using it on my Noikia e71 for almost a month. In fact, it was an Israeli at a convention booth I visited that introduced me to Snaptu when I complained that I wished I had bought an iPhone! I think you cover the basic pros and very few cons of this application. Mobile app developers should take a look at Snaptu and learn from it – it’s intuitive, creates an “iPhone-like” interface, and pretty to look at! Thanks for shining a light on Snaptu.

  2. hilzfuld says:

    Hey Debra, thanks for reading and commenting. Happy to see you agree with me about Snaptu, if an expert like yourself agrees, I know I am in good company :) Keep reading!

  3. frank says:

    im sorry but i wouldve gone with the iphone bud it has everything and more infact it is named the best right now so yeh and nothing can be better im 14 and have one and am upgrading today i just got iphone 3g like a month ago but yeh my opinion ur opinion same thing we have our diff everyone does so yeh

  4. hilzfuld says:

    Frank, I did not mean that this app can replace the iPhone literally, I was just saying it gives a very iPhone-like experience on a simple phone. Enjoy the iPhone and keep reading! :)

  5. Eti says:

    Great application! I installed it after reading your post on my Noikia E71 and the Google Calendar app is fantastic.
    The twitter client is pretty good too, but still not as good as Gravity.

  6. hilzfuld says:

    Hey Eti,
    Thanks so much for reading and commenting, I am about to publish a post RIGHT now with your name in it. I am not familiar with Gravity, about to Google it, thanks :)

  7. Arky says:

    hello,
    great review. Ive been using snaptu for almost a month now &i do agree. Its very attractive, innovative of couse, useful.

    however, i do not like the facebook application as it doesnt allow you to access your notifications.

  8. Tony Blews says:

    I’ve just installed it on my SE W595, along with Trek Buddy and the Gmail App. Just those 3 apps give my every function I want from the phone. Who needs to waste all that money on an iphone?

  9. Buhle says:

    I actually heard about Snaptu ealry this year when i complained to my new media lecturer that I couldn’t use the mobile web with my old fossil of a Nokia 6234 and he told me to download Snaptu. I got so excited because it was like a have a snazzy phone whn people would ask what phone I had. And thanx to Snaptu, I can keep my 13 month relationship with twitter going!!! I’m not gonna buy myself a smart phone anytime soon!!!

  10. drumking88 says:

    I’ve been using snaptu for a couple of days and am impressed to say the least!

    The only issue I have with the Twitter client is that you cannot upload photos to twitpic from the phone – but, it’ on its way according to a recent Tweet from the Snaptu Developers, so thats great!

    One other twitter client is DABR (http://m.dabr.co.uk). It’s a browser based mobile twitter client, that will do all the usual things, including uploading photos.

    Thats not to knock snaptu down at all, because, as we’ve already established, its got so many great features within it!

    Thank You Snaptu,

  11. Jay says:

    How do I download snaptu onto my iPod touch?

  12. Ruby mclaughlan says:

    love snaptu so much i have recommended it to everyone i know

  13. verity engel says:

    Snaptu doesn’t want to
    load on my blackberry curve 8520.
    It says check internet settings.please help.

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