RockeTalk, an app that enables mobile users to share photos and videos; blog using voice and video; and participate in live discussions.
Samsung has made RockeTalk available on Wave mobile handsets that run on its bada operating system. RockeTalk is also launching an Android version within the next 15 days. It recently released a version for iPhones as well.
RockeTalk has signed a deal with LG, Lava and Microsoft to preload the app in their handsets, and is working out similar deals with other manufacturers as well.
"RockeTalk is a very popular and user friendly mobile social network; their huge user base, cutting edge technology, advanced platform and their commitment to the mobile users has made them our preferred choice," says Sarfaraz Borah, the lead of applications and services at Samsung India.
As per mobile analytics firm Informate, RockeTalk is ahead of Facebook and Twitter on mobile phones in India. It is also one of the top downloaded applications, with 4.5 millions active users in India and 2.6 million outside the country.
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