Nimbuzz for Symbian Updated to Version 3.5

It brings easier friend search capabilities, UI improvements

Today, Nimbuzz announced the availability of a new flavor of their Symbian client, with various improvements and new features packed inside.

The new app release comes with an integrated Friend Search functionality, so that users could find their friends much easier than before, while also featuring a series of UI changes.

In the latest flavor of the application Nimbuzz users will be able to search for their friends among the 110 million Nimbuzz profiles.

“Simply enter your friend’s name, hit Search to list down all matching profiles and add them as your friend to start chatting & calling them for free,” Sharad Sharma, product manager, Symbian, notes in a blog post.

Nimbuzz 3.5 for Symbian also comes with a series of Twitter improvements packed inside, the team of developers announced.

“We know that many of our users love to use Twitter from Nimbuzz and therefore we have brought Twitter upfront on Nimbuzz dashboard enabling quick and easy access. We have also fixed a couple of issues in ReTweet functionality for a better Tweeting experience,” the company explains.

As mentioned above, the new Nimbuzz app release comes with UI improvements as well, including colored Chat Tabs for Symbian touch devices, emoticons grid, fast access to Chatrooms and Twitter from Dashboard, and a simplified Add contact flow.

Furthermore, the new application release arrives on devices with a fix for the Certificate Error issue that some users have reported.

“This was due to a security certificate from Nokia which expired on 20th Oct 2012. This update fixes this problem and carries an updated security certificate from Nokia,” Nimbuzz explains.

Users are also encouraged to provide feedback on the experience they receive from Nimbuzz on Symbian handsets, so that more improvements could be included in future releases of the application.

The new Nimbuzz 3.5 for Symbian is available for download from Softpedia as well, via this link.

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