Nokia acquires analytics firm Motally

Fri, Aug 20, 2010


AppleInsider reports:

As software development for Nokia’s Ovi platform struggles to compete with Apple’s iOS and App Store, the Finnish phone maker has purchased analytics firm Motally to boost its offering.

Nokia announced the deal to purchase the U.S. company on Friday. A report from the Associated Press noted that the strategic acquisition intends to boost the Ovi platform and make it more enticing by offering more to mobile software developers.

“The Finnish company says the acquisition Friday underscores its attempt to improve mobile Web browsing analytics for software developers of its Internet services, that are struggling to match competitor Apple Inc.,” the report said.


1 Comments For This Post

  1. Scott B. Says:

    A Little to late.

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