Nokia and Cellity have recently announced an agreement for Nokia to buy assets of Cellity. The later is a 14-employees mobile software company based in Hamburg, Germany.
Cellular News informs that Nokia will acquire the Cellity team to strengthen its competencies in the area of social networking. One Cellity product is the adressbook 2.0 which feature within the cellity Communicator and allows to continuously updatet contacts for phonebooks, Outlook and social networks.
According to reports, the software has been downloaded more that 5.5 million times in more that 150 countries.
"We are excited that Nokia has chosen our team and technology. With our experience from building social networking solutions, we can help Nokia further develop their services offering," said Nils Weitemeyer, CEO of cellity.