Samsung Mobile users get an unmatchable experience of mobile social networking on bada platform through RockeTalk

Samsung mobile phone users will now be able to use RockeTalk's unique and interactive features of voice and video blogs directly from mobile phone.

New Delhi India, February 17, 2011 : To enrich the consumers’ experience on its proprietary ‘bada’ platform available across its WAVE series of mobile handsets, Samsung is now making available RockeTalk, the leading mobile social media network, available on its ‘bada’ platform. Through RockeTalk application, Samsung mobile phone users will now be able to use RockeTalk’s unique and interactive features of voice and video blogs directly from mobile phone, sending of photos and video clips, live multimedia discussion forums and much more. In addition to being a personal gateway to communicate with friends, family and the world at large; RockeTalk will facilitate an enriching experience of hassle free and smart mobile social networking.

“India is at the forefront of interactive mobile social networking interface and our effort is to continuously provide consumers with an enhanced social networking experience on our mobiles. RockeTalk is a very popular and user friendly mobile social network; their huge user base, cutting edge technology, advanced platform and their commitment to the mobile users’ has made them our preferred choice

We are delighted to partner with Samsung Mobile. The inclusion of RockeTalk to Samsung phones reiterates our commitment of providing quality applications, flexibility for customisation and social media networking experience as per the demands of our users. We are confident that this association will generate a favourable response and will deliver great customer satisfaction as always

In addition to the interesting and engaging services available on RockeTalk; the Samsung Mobile users will get a chance to experience the unique video chat. The RockeTalk application can be downloaded through samsungapps.com. The Samsung app store – samsungapps.com can be accessed through an ODC in the phone, through a desktop client called KIES and through the web portal www.samsungapps.com.

As per mobile analytics firm Informate, RockeTalk is ahead of Facebook and Twitter on mobile in India. Rocketalk is also one of the top downloaded applications with numbers floating around 87,931 in the week of February 4-10, 2011 from App Stores of most service providers. (Feb results)

Additionally, RockeTalk has recently opened its APIs to third party developers for the first time. The Company has extended its technologically advanced platform for creation of a subscription based rich content distribution application.

About bada:

Bada which means Ocean in Korean, is Samsung’s proprietary ‘open’ mobile platform. bada is User –interactive – It has a simple, efficient and intuitive UI for greater user creativity and interactivity; it is Service Oriented – bada is differentiated by its support for service-centric features like social networking, device synchronisation, content management and location –based services and lastly bada is Open & Configurable – It is an open platform that lets developers create new applications with ease.

About Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. :

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media and digital convergence technologies with 2009 consolidated sales of US$116.8 billion. Employing approximately 188,000 people in 185 offices across 65 countries, the company consists of eight independently operated business units: Visual Display, Mobile Communications, Telecommunication Systems, Digital Appliances, IT Solutions, Digital Imaging, Semiconductor and LCD. Recognised as one of the fastest growing global brands, Samsung Electronics is a leading producer of digital TVs, memory chips, mobile phones and TFT-LCDs. For more information, please visit www.samsung.com

About RockeTalk :

RockeTalk is emerging to be a clear leader in the mobile social networking space. As per mobile analytics firm Informate, RockeTalk is ahead of Facebook and Twitter on mobile in India. The company has maintained by far the strongest audience engagement with over 400 million page views per month; RockeTalk has 4.6 million active (active during the last 30 days) users in India and 2.5 million in the overseas markets. There are more than hundred thousand communities on RockeTalk in India alone. Known for its interactive and engaging features that enable any mobile user to post messages, join live communities, send voice &video enabled greetings, share pictures, video and voice messages, life blogging and so much more; RockeTalk works on all Java enabled phones and is a break-free for those who do not necessarily have a smart phone. RockeTalk is simple to download, users can sms RTALK to 56070 and get started for free of cost.

RockeTalk is a venture-backed company and is headquartered in San Diego, California, USA with offices in India. Founded with a vision of enabling all people to more easily express themselves and communicate with their friends, family and new acquaintances, as well as capture, share, and discover their content…all over their mobile phones. RockeTalk has developed and launched a social media platform and mobile phone client applications that provide a variety of fast, easy-to-use multimedia services.

RockeTalk makes communication between individuals and groups easy and rich, and facilitates a new form of self-expression that informs, entertains and connects people through the media they create. For more information, please visit: www.rocketalk.com

For more information contact :

Comms Diva – 9811090968/ commsdiva @ gmail . com

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