The leaks about Lumia line up making rounds in tech arena are rising the mercury so we have bought extra dosage of chilled juice to balance it. Nokia is beta testing Pulse, contextualized multimedia message app, which uses a person’s location to automate messages to groups of contacts. It is one of the many social-networking-location apps, but developed by a top-notch manufacturer.
The Pulse can tag photos with a person’s location, add it with maps, pictures, text messages, emails and other notifications, making private group sharing more easy to use. The app is available on Windows Phone, Symbian, Meego, and as a mobile web offering but Nokia plans to stretch its reach to Android and iOS platforms too.
Başak Özer, Global Head of Social and Location Based Applications affirmed that Nokia yearns to begin its social networking journey with a suite of interconnected Nokia apps and it is not willing to outclass Twitter or Facebook.
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