Nokia Is Going To Buy Motally25th August 2010
Nokia has agreed that it would be acquiring Motally, which is a company related to the mobile analytics which would be providing the tools that are used for tracking how the people are using the mobile web sites as well as the applications. It has been said by the Finnish mobile phone maker that it has been expected that it would be completing the acquisition of the U.S. Company which is privately held during the third quarter. Nothing was said by Nokia that how much money is it going to pay for the company Motally which currently has only eight employees.
Currently, Motally is offering its tools to the developers who are building the apps for the Apple iPhone and iPad, the BlackBerry phones of Research in Motion and the phones based on the Android platform of Google. When buying Motally, it was actually planned by Nokia that it would be adding its phones to a mix. Marco Argenti, who is the vice president of media for Nokia, has said in one statement that it would be allowing the partners to connect with their customers as well as to optimize and monetize their offerings. The mobile applications of Nokia are also offered with its online store which is called Ovi which is quite similar to Apple.
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