Viewing your emails on mobile phone with your native browser or default email application isn’t always the best mobile messaging experience as you might not be able to do certain things unless you get back to your computer. Mobile Documents solves this by giving you that desktop experience, allowing you to do everything you want to do with your emails. Emails are pushed to your phone instantly just like you’re receiving text messages on your phone.
With Mobile Documents, handling emails on your Android or Symbian device gets a lot better as you can even receive large emails, view them on your phone, view attachments and at no extra cost. With Mobile Documents cloud-boosted push email, you get to save time, bandwidth and roaming cost. It’s the best email client I’ve used on my symbian phone so far.
1. Better. Because you now only have one single feature to manage your attachments – download. You wait to receive, forward and send heavy emails – and pay. At best you can open a heavy image, PDF or Office document.
2. Instant. Your documents are streamed. No waiting. Heavy stuff becomes light as feathers. View and read without any download. Digest and act instantly with high-quality responses. At ease, add any attachment.
3. Secure. No download means no sensitive documents on your device that can get lost, or stolen. Strong encryption secures your connection and protects your email and documents integrity.
4. Easier. Single clicks get stuff done. As one beta tester expressed it, » I just wish email was just as easy on my PC. «
5. Nicer. Well, thumbnails, previews, page flickering, zooming, viewing and reading – all served to your finger-tips at will – offers an entirely new and much richer experience. Mobile Documents brings the desktop experience to the mobile.
Mobile Documents is still in the beta stage but that doesn’t imply that it’s got any major bug. I’ve been using it for quite for some time on my Symbian device and it’s quite great. I haven’t tested it on any Android smartphone yet but I guess it should work great as well. Mobile Documents supports Symbian ^1, Symbian ^3, S60 3rd Edt. FP1 Edition and later. It’s got a notification widget that displays at the homescreen to notify you of incoming mails.
Download Mobile Document from OVI (symbian)