Nokia NFC Writer

Nokia NFC Writer
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Nokia Corporation

Download size

4 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • contacts
  • phone identity
  • location services
  • maps
  • music library
  • photos library
  • media playback
  • microphone
  • data services
  • Proximity
  • movement and directional sensor
  • speech
  • web browser component
  • near field communication (NFC)
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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"Nokia NFC is a Windows Phone app which allows you to read/write any standard NFC tag. You can create NFC tags to launch applications, check-in to places, update social status, or even make phone calls or send text messages by simply waiving your phone over the programmed tag. 

Once a tag is created you place the tag in a convenient place, then tap your phone to it to perform the actions that have been stored to the tag. While the tags are created using your Windows Phone, they can be read by any operating system that is NFC enabled!"
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  • by Lance 4/19/2014
  • by Al 4/18/2014
    I cannot write NFC for quite hours nor for Nokia Car app. Very limited to what it can do.
  • by Ira 4/17/2014
    Good layout and easy to use but not enough launch-able apps.
  • by Yi 4/15/2014
    No way to create a tag with other apps.
  • by Vala 4/6/2014
    Why do we use NFC? To have less interaction. Right? But I think it's the windows phone limitation that doesn't allow this. Anyways at least add the option to add multiple commands to a tag.
  • by Carlos 1/13/2014
    Kind of useless. Programming the tag is easy. First, when you tap the tag, it always asks you to verify! Really?? Second, if you want to manage WiFi, it dies not turn it off, or ON, IT JUST TAKES YOU TO THE SETTINGS PAGE. So the all NFC tag is useless if it requires so much interaction.
  • by John J. 12/14/2013
    No search for app so unable to write tag to launch favorite alarm application.
  • by 金辉 12/13/2013
  • by Andrea 11/23/2013
  • by Matt 11/19/2013
    It's okay. It would be great if it could actually turn on Bluetooth or internet sharing though. Tap, accept "receive content," then turn on Bluetooth or internet sharing is the same number of steps to do it without an NFC tag. I'll find some other use for it though.