Nokia Announces Nokia Storyteller, Nokia Video Director, HERE Maps Apps For Lumia 2520 Tablet

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Nokia Lumia 2520 Red
Along with the announcement about Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows tablet, Nokia also announced a bunch of apps that will come pre-installed on Lumia 2520. The list of new apps revealed includes Nokia Storyteller, Nokia Video Director, Nokia Music, HERE Maps and DreamWorks Dragons Adventure. Read about them below.

  • Nokia Storyteller: Nokia Storyteller will automatically compile your pictures from Facebook, SkyDrive, Picasa, Flickr and even your Lumia smartphone – into a single timeline. With the Lumia Share app will allow your Lumia smartphone to interact with your Lumia 2520 and view all your images in Storyteller, connecting via NFC. You can zoom out to a map for details about the physical surrounding of stories around your pictures.
  • Nokia Video Director: Nokia Video Director lets you do advanced video editing of videos captured on both the Nokia Lumia 2520 and Lumia smartphones. Shoot a video on your Lumia smartphone, share with Nokia Lumia 2520 and then edit it with Nokia Video Director.
  • Nokia Music: The Lumia 2520 will come with an exclusive version of Nokia Music with Mix Radio for a rich music discovery experience.
  • HERE Maps: With HERE Maps, you’ll get true offline map support for a fast and reliable maps experience even in areas with no connectivity
  • Dragons Adventure: The Lumia 2520 also comes with a number of unique software experiences that are exclusive to the Lumia family, including the exclusive “Dragons Adventure” interactive game developed in partnership with DreamWorks Animation. Using HERE Maps and LiveSight integration – you can turn every drive you take with your family into a “How to Train Your Dragon” themed adventure. You can even hold the tablet up and see a dragon right in front of you with the QuestScope Augmented Reality experience. As parents, you can use the Windows Phone companion app as your kids play with the tablet to make things easier or tougher as the “Quest Master” along the way.

via: Windows Team Blog

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  • Bugbog

    Quite an attractive tablet, it’s a pity that you can’t get the tablet with a stand, but without the keyboard attached!

  • Blackame

    HERE Maps will be exclusive for Nokia? I want to see it on my Acer tablet…