Nokia Weather Widget on Symbian Belle

How’s the weather, mate? If you are one who is interested to know just how the weather is at the moment (simply because you work in a concrete building that does not let you know just whether it is super hot outside, or raining cats and dogs), then you might be interested in the Nokia Weather Widget if you happen to own a Symbian Belle powered smartphone. The Nokia Weather Widget will comprise of two different parts, and they are Weather now and Weather forecast. You are able to place them on your homescreen, where all you need to do is press on an empty space on the display, and select “Add widget”. Prior to that, ensure that there is sufficient space to add a widget.

It will use your handset’s GPS capability to know just where you are before pulling data on what the weather is like and will be. Of course, you can always opt to select a different location if you are curious to see what your family living on the other side of the pond is experiencing at the moment. The Nokia Weather Widget will be free for the Nokia 500, Nokia C6-01, Nokia Astound, Nokia C7, Nokia E7, Nokia N8, Nokia Oro, and the Nokia X7-00.

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