Infographic: How to spread the love with your Nokia Asha
Having started dating just before the arrival of mobile phones, I often marvel at how easy lovebirds have it these days.
Whether it’s texting emoticons or flirting on Facebook, it’s infinitely less nerve wracking than nervously dialing your love interest’s number, only for their mum to pick up the call. Happily, today all you need for love is your Nokia Asha (though my Nokia Lumia does a pretty good job, too). So, to share the love with Asha, where do you begin? Perhaps one of the many social networking apps from Facebook, Twitter and Line to WeChat, or the fantastic WhatsApp, now available for Asha 501 and preinstalled with the new Asha 500, 502 and 503.
Love, love, love! All you need is Asha.
Instead of waiting to be spotted in your tracksuit bottoms on a bad hair day, just upload a selfie when you’re looking absolutely fabulous! It doesn’t get any quicker and easier than the new Nokia Ashas’ one touch sharing. Or, check out your lover’s latest hangout on Foursquare… it’s easy to say you just happened to be in the neighbourhood.
While sometimes you can just call to say I love you, the emoticons supported by your Nokia Asha will help if you’re ever lost for words. The first heart shaped emoticon was sent in Japan way back in 1995, and since then billions have used it to declare their love. Alternatively, if you like to take things more slowly, just try the good old smile. It’s a start, and it’ll make someone happy!
With Nokia Asha’s second home screen Fastlane, you’ll also have instant access to notifications and reminders, so you can spread the love exactly when it matters. Say happy birthday, admire the new hairstyle and cheer your baby’s latest tricks. Then see the love you’ve given flood right back to you, with real time like counters for your own social media posts. With Asha, love really is all around you. For more tips on how to share it, take a look at this cool infographic we’ve put together.
We all love to be loved, so why not try out some of these top tips right now? And if you have any other ways of making Nokia Asha users the new love generation, why not open your heart in the comments below.