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According to Nokia, its Nokia WRT widgets provide mobile users instant access to customizable information or tools drawn in real-time from the Internet. The widgets range from breaking news headlines to stock-market tickers, social network status updates, flight arrival schedules, localized daily weather, and more.
Nokia’s WRT is built on the same open-source, industry standard WebKit project environment used by Web Browser for S60, Nokia’s full-HTML browser for the latest devices running on Nokia’s S60 platform.
Nokia claims that the smartphone platform S60 on Symbian OS accounts for more than 180 million devices cumulatively shipped by S60 licensees, including Nokia, Samsung, Lenovo, and LG.
The tools will be available in eight languages, including traditional and simplified Chinese, English, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish for developers.