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GLOBAL – Nokia Wellness Diary is a great example of the way Nokia is continuing to support and grow the apps available for Symbian devices this year and beyond. If you haven’t yet tried it out, then this new edition of the program may be just what you need. Join us below to find out what’s in the changelog…

New in version 2.02, you’ll find the following:

  • De-stress monitor added: De-stress monitor is meant for monitoring recovery from daily stress;
  • Automatic exercise event creation: step counter automatically creates exercise events after minimum of 10 minutes continuous walking or running;
  • Authentication (sign-in) schema has been improved;
  • Improved stability;
  • Improved data integrity: reported problem of losing some data has been fixed;
  • Some small UI improvements.

Wellness Diary is an app for those of us who want to be more healthy, but aren’t necessarily pursuing that through sports. It includes a pedometer, to automatically track the number of steps you walk each day. It can also track your diet, alcohol and cigarette intake and how much sleep you’re getting. As you use it, it will create progress graphs towards targets you’ve defined and even let you post the achievement of milestones to social network sites.

If you already use Wellness Diary, you can perform an upgrade from within the app – it will automatically check for and install new versions from time to time unless you have turned off this feature in the settings.

New users can use their Ovi account details to sign up for Beta Labs and download it from there.

Have you tried out Wellness Diary? How is it working for you?