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Hey Nokia Fans! A quick heads up. We’ve changed the comments system so that you can now use your Twitter, Google+, Facebook, or Disqus accounts to sign in. Our previous comments system only allowed Facebook. Unfortunately, this change have deleted some of the older comments. Sorry for the inconvenience.
If you don’t like the Facebook app on your Nokia Lumia, check out touch.facebook.com. It looks like Facebook has finally optimized it to work with our phones. In the past, photos did not fit the width of the pages and lots of the html elements were broken. If you check now, it almost looks like the iPhone app. Almost.
It was all over the blogs yesterday that Microsoft is announcing something on June 18th, but now it seems Nokia is showing something too. Coincidence? The Nokia US Facebook page just uploaded a photo with 06.18.12 in bold letters with a map of Hawaii in the background. What does it mean?
It’s cool to see how Nokia Philippines is using social networking to promote Nokia Lumia phones in the country. The latest campaign planned for this weekend will bring customers to Nokia stores for chances to win prizes. In return, customers will help spread the word on Facebook and Twitter. It’s win-win for everyone.
Now when you tweet your Windows Phone, it will say “via Microsoft.” Previously, it said, “via Windows Live.” I’m personally not a fan of this move. I think “via Windows Phone,” would make more sense. That’s actually what is being used for Facebook updates. What do you think?
Nokia’s Amazing Everyday campaign for the Nokia Lumia smartphones is a hit on social media. Nokia has released impressive statistics after the 4D lightshow on London’s Millbank Tower; the highlight of the campaign so far. Nokia’s UK head of brand and campaigns, Adam Johnson, told New Media Age that brand metrics, such as favourability and purchase intent surpassed initial expectations.
Seesmic for Windows Phone was just updated to support Mango and I’m showing it off on the Nokia Lumia 800. Seesmic lets you manage multiple Twitter accounts, your Facebook account, your Salesforce Chatter account and organize all your accounts, searches, trending topics and lists in your customizable “spaces” dashboard.