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myMP App for Symbian

The myMP app for Symbian will work on any newish (less than 3 years old) Nokia smartphone. On phones with a homescreen function (N97, N97mini, C6, N8, C7, E7, C6–01 etc...) it should also act as a homescreen widget. I'll confirm this a couple of weeks after the C6-01 is released in the UK. The app helps you see keep track of how MPs across the UK have voted on key issues and offers quick links to sites with even more information.

The app should be available from the Ovi Store before the end of 2010 once it's finalised. Until then you can try the beta version but beware, there are likely to be missing features and a lot of bugs. All the feedback you can give will help.

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