Nokia tags in mobile analytics company Motally
Nokia’s latest acquisition speaks of Motally, a small mobile analytics firm of California origin.
Motally is an eight people company that helps develop technology to keep a tab of usage of mobile websites and applications.
Nokia will soon be expanding its expertise in order to keep a track of how the phone devices work in US, in order to facilitate with better targets and at the same time improvise the same in future.
The Finnish manufacturer claims that it has lost stakes acquiring the likes of Apple and also with the rising interest in Android markets of US.
Nokia is still considered to be one of the top smartphones over the world, occupying a total of 40% share of the mobile market, as per the report of Strategy Analytics.
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