By: Rahul Gupta, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : April 18, 2012 5:30 am
Now you can watch the popular reality show on the go and also vote for your favourite contestants.
Fans of Dance India Dance reality show now have another reason to celebrate. Zee TV, on which the show is being aired, has announced the launch of a WAP site and mobile application for the Dance India Dance (Season 3) show, allowing viewers to stay updated with show highlights and scores while on the move.
The WAP site features entertaining content through which viewers can interact with participants as well as judges, and can vote for their favourite participants. The WAP site is developed on HTML5 and enables a better, faster and richer experience on phones.
The application that is designed for smartphones like Android, iOS, BlackBerry and Symbian features score chart comparisons; show highlights in the form of images and videos; comments to participants and users; and it even allows users to vote from right within the application.
The application brings a host of other fun features as well, which can be used by smartphone users for some time-pass. The app allows users to stay connected with Twitter users who are talking about the Dance India Dance show.
The application is available for all popular smartphone platforms. Android smartphone and tablet users can download it by visiting the Google Play store.
BlackBerry users can download the application from BlackBerry app World while iOS users can get it from the iTunes store.
Symbian users are also included in the kitty and all those having Nokia Symbian phones can also get the application for their devices by following this link.
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