Nokia's open widget platform just got a little better this week with the official release of WidSets 2.0, which had previously been in public beta. Notably, the new version seems to be quite a bit snappier, offers the ability to rearrange widgets right from the device instead of having to do it from WidSets' website (pictured), and sports a tighter marriage with its host phone by allowing calls and browser windows to be initiated from the client. For those who haven't tried it, it's worth having a go -- it's compatible with all sorts of phones, both Nokia and otherwise -- because let's be honest, who doesn't want an Engadget Mobile widget in their pocket?

[Via All About Symbian]

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