Nokia has announced a number of new and exclusive application partnerships at CTIA Wireless 2012. The company has partnered with PGA Tour and ESPN to bring its popular game range for its Lumia Windows Phone devices, Groupon’s updated app and AOL’s Entertainment hub exclusively for six months from launch, and Tripdots as an exclusive title for three months from launch.
“We are focused on delivering great, locally relevant apps, and importantly, those which offer unique, exclusive and original experiences,” said Marco Argenti, SVP, Nokia Developer Experience. “With Nokia Lumia smartphones now available in 48 markets, developers are rapidly recognizing the business opportunities and creating their best work for our consumers.”
The company also announced that Angry Birds creator Rovio is developing a Windows Phone version of Angry Birds Space with an aim to bring the title “soon” in the market. PayPal, Time Magazine, Newsweek, and Box all announced plans to create Windows Phone apps while EA will continue to release Windows Phone games, including FIFA, Madden NFL, and NBA Jam.
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