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10 mai 2012

Nokia parodie un clip pour promouvoir le développement d’applications sur Windows Phone

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Dans le genre marrant Nokia à publié récemment un clip vidéo appelé ” Dev City” parodié du clip de Tyga “Rack City” dans le but d’inciter le développement d’application sur Windows Phone.

Alors est-ce une volonté de Microsoft ou une initiative Nokia on peut se poser la question sur le réel intérêt de cette campagne,cependant une chose est sûr, Microsoft entend bien concurrencer l’apps store d’Apple.

 

 

 
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17 Commentaires


  1. Mickael

    ah dommage j’ai vu la vidéo ce matin, elle n’est déjà plus dispo


      • Visiteur

        Nokia – Propagande City


        • Tu as vraiment pas beaucoup d’humour toi, entre Siri et cette video…


          • bob_bipbip

            … en plus sont “sarcasm detector” est cassé ….


          • il aurait eu un WP, il aurait eu l’App incluse ;p lol


          • bob_bipbip

            … payante 5e pendant qu’elle serai gratuit sur android/ios
            (maximum trolling)


          • lol roooh c’est pas cher compare aux 9€ demandes pour une app twitter sur le N9 ;)


          • bob_bipbip

            ok, trollont jusqu’au bon alors:
            -5e sur le market windows phone, avec aucune autre alternative
            -gratuite sur webos, mais obsolete car le dev est partie au tibet
            -dispo ou pas, gratuite ou pas, de toute facon le BES interdit l’utilisateur de l’installé sur sont blackberry
            -gratuite sur android, mais la moitier de l’ecran est occupé par des pub
            -des dixaine a 1e sur l’appstore®, mais ecrit par des kikoulol en grande partie.
            -3e sur le n9 ovistore, ou totalement gratuite sur un forum caché. il faut juste faire incpetion + dpkg “install forcé” en ligne de commande.
            -des tones gratuites sur symbian, mais suffit de trouvé celle qui ne fait pas “out of memory” ou un reboot du phone ou un sms a l’etrangé ou ….
            -gratuite sur windows mobile, mais date de l’epoque ou les dinosaure courai dans le jardin, marche mieux que l’appli pour windows phone, entre deux reboot du telephone
            -bada? c’est quoi une nouvel dance?

            vous inquietez pas, je sait ou est la sortie
            ——————>[]


          • Ahah bon résumé/troll ;)


  2. Careurman

    101 REASONS NOT TO BUY A WINDOWS PHONE 7.5

    WP7.5 (Mango) is already in its second generation but it still has many restrictions, limitations and serious usability issues. This is a list of its shortcomings as compared with other smartphone OS in the market. We are not comparing special features or abilities but those which have become the norm for all smartphones and even dumb phones. An Android, Symbian or MeeGo phone would have almost none of these shortcomings. An iphone share some restrictions with WP7.5 but is still miles ahead. Even the Nokia N9 running the first generation MeeGo OS is far better with none of the disastrous issues which impact on the sheer usability of the phone.

    OS LIMITATIONS
    1. No true multitasking – apps are frozen in the background.
    2. No Divx/Xvid video codec support. Zune will convert with loss of quality.
    3. No mass storage mode.
    4. No micro-SD card support.
    5. Only support up to 16GB storage .
    6. No filemanager. Directory system is totally opaque.
    7. Need Zune to transfer files. Zune will only transfer photos, videos & music. All other files need to email/upload to yourself.
    8. Your contact details are automatically uploaded to cloud service whether you like it or not.
    9. Limited to 800×480 resolution.
    10. No wi-fi hotspot.
    11. Cannot use any MP3 file as ringtone except those with strict constraints.
    12. Cannot set static IP address so no connection to ad-hoc networks.
    13. No VPN support for this “corporate enterprise” phone.
    14. Cannot sync with Outlook.
    15. Totally closed OS, cannot sideload apps outside MS Marketplace.
    16. System font size cannot be changed.
    17. Images and photos cannot be renamed in the phone.
    18. Windows Live ID account cannot change country once set.
    19. No centralized notification page.
    20. Alarm clock cannot work when phone is turned off. All Nokia Symbian and Meego phones can do this.
    21. The idle screen is completely blank and cannot display time or notifications.
    22. Only photos allowed as email attachments, documents not allowed.
    23. Bluetooth cannot stream to car audio devices (no rSAP).
    24. Cannot stream audio from video to Bluetooth devices (No A2DP).
    25. No support for full on-device encryption required for secure applications like mobile banking and online payment.
    26. Cannot use Bluetooth keyboard.
    27. Cannot silence ringtone or alarm by flipping the phone.
    28. Very limited customization option.
    29. Ugly 2D flat interface. Oversized fonts for headings treat you like an idiot.

    USABILITY ISSUES
    30. No always visible status bar for battery life, signal strength, carrier, 2G/3G wi-fi, Bluetooth on.
    31. Taskmanager has no option to shut down apps you don’t want running in the background.
    32. Search and Back button cannot be de-activated in apps or games and easily touched by accident which interrupt your user experience.
    33. Lockscreen need to be activated to show missed call/sms notification.
    34. No way to close an app except pressing back button all the way to the first screen.
    35. Tiny fonts in messages is very hard to read for those over 45.
    36. Cannot edit playlist or create new playlists from phone.
    37. Cannot delete a song from phone.
    38. Cannot search your music collection on the phone.
    39. Cannot close music player, can only pause. Music player on lockscreen will stay until you reboot.
    40. No progress bar for current track playing and no indication which track in an album is playing
    41. Cannot lock screen orientation.
    42. Online and phone contacts are mixed together with no ability to filter.
    43. Cumbersome dialing with no smartdial. No way to create a ‘Favourites’ list of phone contacts
    44. Cannot save draft sms messages.
    45. Call history only show phone number type. If a contact has multiple phone nos. for a type the number used is unknown.
    46. Cannot recognize phone numbers in sms or email to save or use as calling number.
    47. Text messages can only be deleted one by one.
    48. Cannot select multiple pictures for deleting, sending or uploading. They must be done one at a time.
    49. Notification for recurring events is only given once and none thereafter.
    50. Apps are listed alphabetically with no way to group by category. Can be hard to find if you don’t remember the name.
    51. Calendar scheduler has no weekly view and monthly view is non-zoomable.
    52. No peak/off-peak scheduling for email downloads.
    53. If both wi-fi and data connection are available which one it chooses to use is unpredictable. User experiences don’t agree with Microsoft that it “typically” choose wi-fi over 3G.

    FEATURE LIMITATIONS
    54. No video call.
    55. No haptic feedback for keyboard.
    56. No Swype.
    57. No flashplayer support.
    58. No support for Java apps.
    59. No call recording or app to do it.
    60. No call blocking or app to do it.
    61. No screenshots or app to do it.
    62. No auto wallpaper changer and no app to do it.
    63. Totally locked down os means apps which interact directly with hardware not allowed.
    64. No equalizer for Zune music player.
    65. FM radio doesn’t work on speaker.
    66. IE browser has no text reflow, no download capability and no offline reading.
    67. No 3rd party browsers allowed except those based on IE.
    68. No built-in pdf file reader, need to buy app.
    69. Cannot open zip or rar files received as email attachment.
    70. Cannot send or receive video by MMS.
    71. Office Mobile has much less features than 3rd party Office editors like SmartOffice, QuickOffice and Polaris. Shame on you, Microsoft!
    72. No native Google maps and Bing maps is useless for most countries outside U.S.
    73. Email time stamp does not show the year.
    74. Wide difference in apps availability in different markets and users locked to one market.
    75. Not all Bing features available outside U.S.

    DUMB AND DUMBER
    76. One volume control for all functions including media playback, ringtones, alarms, notifications.
    77. Wi-fi disconnects when screen sleeps. Too bad if you are in the middle of a download.
    78. If you receive a text message when talking on the phone an audio alert will blast your ear at the full volume set. All other phones will give a soft beep.
    79. Can only enter one mobile phone no. for each contact. Mobile nos. entered in other fields will not accept sms.
    80. Cannot send/receive MMS without enabling 3G data connection. MMS does not use 3G data.
    81. Phone cannot be charged when off.
    82. Need to be plugged in to wall charger to sync wirelessly (a funny definition of wireless).
    83. Volume up/down buttons cannot operate when screen is off.
    84. Phone will wake up and display sms content on lockscreen when locked – a privacy violation.
    85. Phone can be rebooted without unlocking to bypass security lock.

    FEATURES EVEN DUMB PHONES HAVE BUT WP7.5 DOESN’T
    86. No bluetooth file transfer.
    87. Cannot handle USSD codes.
    88. Cannot save new contacts from call history.
    89. Cannot sms contacts from call history.
    90. Cannot show call duration in call history.
    91. Cannot delete individual calls in call history.
    92. Call history does not group calls by contact.
    93. Call history does not show the time of call for calls older than current day.
    94. Cannot set custom sounds for different types of notifications.
    95. No ringer profiles.
    96. No silent option (no vibrate and no ring).
    97. Cannot send/receive contact as a csv file.
    98. Cannot backup sms to PC.
    99. Cannot save contact to SIM card.
    100. Cannot change alarm ring tone or use a MP3 file.
    101. Cannot set alarm snooze interval.

    Last edited by SamKB on Thursday, 10.May.2012 14:51; edited 1 time in total

    http://my-symbian.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=44034


    • J’ai lu ce post hier en effet. La liste est assez halucinante vue comme ca.
      Je suis sur que tu peux aussi faire la meme liste pour les autres OS, ou meme faire le contraire ;)


      • bob_bipbip

        oui, c’est pour ca que windows phone se vend par dixaine de million …….

        oh wait ……


      • Visiteur

        Sauf que ce qui est reproche a WP n’est pas rien, ce ne sont que des défauts rédhibitoire et scandaleux sur un smartphone en 2012, pas un seul OS sur le marche n’a autant de tares graves et insurmontables, et je ne parles pas du hardware pourri des Lumia, je pense notamment a l’appareil photo… Normal que l’OS est réactif, il n’y a rien dedans !!!


        • Je suis de ton avis : ces manques sont carement rédhibitoire : c’est pour cela que je n’ai pas de Nokia WP ou WP tout court. Pour moi c’est un OS jeune, donc je ne lui en veux pas, et crois/espere que ces “tares” seront comblees par WP8

          Si les Lumia avaient un hardware aussi pourris que tu le dis, un OS aussi pourri que tu le pense ne devrait pas etre aussi fluide. Tu te contredis carement sur ce point. Mais je suppose que c’est car tu dois etre une des personnes pensant que si tu n’a pas 2 quadcoeurs dans un smartphone, tu as rate ta vie, non ?


    • manu.e67

      En fait c’est la liste de ce que fait un N95 ;) donc je reste sur mon 808 à la commande ;)



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