Nokia have had this one baking in the labs for some time but there still seems no sign that it’s about to leave beta and be made publicly available to all. The app and accompanying service bills itself as “Messaging, now with location”.
Nokia Pulse and its documentation do not seem to have been updated with any changes but essentially it looks as though the bump was to bring it to Windows Phone, as was previously reported.
Here is what the folks at Nokia have to say about the app and its capabilities
It’s hard to know what to say about Pulse, we have so many ways of meeting and using instant messaging we don’t quite know how to fit this one in. For apps and services like this to be more useful we feel the need to integrate them into the messaging hub is needed. We could say the same thing for other messaging services too. Still, that doesn’t mean its not interesting or worthy of your experimental attentions.
Still if you want to have a go and give Nokia your valuable feedback you can grab the app from the Windows Phone Store here or scan the QR code below.
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