New Mobile File-Sharing App Created in Finland Added: Thursday, June 23rd, 2011
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Although there are a lot of file-sharing applications out there, not all of them are supported by mobile devices. That’s why another one will never remain unnoticed. Recently, Finnish software developer Huuked Labs, which is actually a subsidiary of DNA Ltd, announce its cooperation with Hungama Digital Media Entertainment. As a result of their productive cooperation, a mobile file-sharing application was rolled out, designed especially for Symbian Series 60 and Java enabled handsets.
The entirely new file-sharing software will enable users throughout the world to download and share different types of files, primarily music and movies. The application will also provide a feature that allows to share files from mobile device to mobile device. Moreover, it will enable contacts to access the content shared both on the device and through the Internet.
Jarkko Utriainen, CEO of Huuked Labs, announced that the company was very pleased to roll out the Hungama co-branded Huuked service to the customers all over the world. First users receiving the access to the application will be the Indians. Since today, Indian users are able to share pictures and videos from their mobiles without any effort, at the same time discovering the most interesting mobile entertainment material in the country along the way.
Actually, the participation of Hungama means that the new client is developed for India in the first place and covers content of different genres from the Hungama.com online shop. Currently all mobile users are able to download the application from the App store for any of Java enabled and Symbian handsets. Hopefully, the other countries will soon be able to try the new app as well.
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