Home Games Apps Nokia Chat App Now Available For Windows Phone Devices

Nokia Chat App Now Available For Windows Phone Devices

1632
0

Nokia just released an exclusive app for Lumia Windows Phone devices. The Nokia Chat app for Lumia Windows Phone allows you to  stay in touch with “friends, family, and millions of other Nokia Chat and Yahoo! Messenger users.” The Nokia chat app as we know is already available on the Asha, S40, and Symbian devices lets you use the app via Wi-Fi or mobile data. The app is currently available for Nokia Lumia owners in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, India, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Nigeria and will be coming to more countries in the near future. You can download the Nokia chat app from the source link below.

 

Features:

Person to Person Messaging: Reach millions of Nokia Chat and Yahoo! Messenger users across different mobile and computer platforms.

Push Notifications and Live Tile Updates: Receive new message notifications, preview new messages, and see how many notifications you’ve received – even when Nokia Chat isn’t running.

Share a Place: Send information about a restaurant, store, or other point of interest.  If the recipient is also using a Lumia, they’ll see details, directions, and reviews inside the HERE Maps app.

Broadcast Your Location: Optionally include your city or neighborhood in your status message, so your friends and family know when you’re near or faraway.

Find Contacts: Scan your phone’s address book to find friends and family who already use Nokia Chat and Yahoo! Messenger.

Using a Nokia Lumia with Windows Phone 8?

Take advantage of these additional features:

Speak Your Message: Compose a message by pressing speak, and what you say will be translated into text.

Voice Commands: Start Nokia Chat by long-pressing the Windows key and saying “Chat with” and the name of an existing contact: for example, “Chat with John”.

Lock Screen Notifications: See how many Nokia Chat notifications you have on your lock screen.   Start the built-in Settings app and select “lock screen” to begin.

 

Via: WMPoweruser

Source:Nokia Beta Labs

Advertisement
Previous articleSkype (Preview) Now Available For The BlackBerry Q10
Next articleFacebook App for Older BlackBerries Updated to Version 4.0
Founder of Tech My Money, I love Gadgets. professional geek, occasional photographer, obsessive Tech News collector, and an unwilling party host.