Nokia’s Bloomberg app lands in the Store. It’s quite awesome.
One of the nicest financial apps is now out
Hope our title didn’t spoil things but yes, the Bloomberg app co-developed with Nokia is now available in the Nokia Collection—well if you search for it or use our link below.
The app is admittedly very nice especially with the rolling stock ticker across the top 1/3 of the screen. Features are abundant with smooth scrolling and just a well thought out design.
Have stocks? You can enter in your shares, price point and when you purchased them to see a running tracker of your assets. You also get ~1 minute video clips on some of the latest financial news and radio too.
Under settings you can even customize the ticker, what news you want to see and get alerts for breaking news. So yeah, we’re impressed.
If you have a Nokia Lumia phone, you can grab the official Bloomberg app here in the Collection or just scan the QR code below. Thanks, pstorm13, for the tip
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Nokia is almost doing as much for the platform as MS by getting major apps into the marketplace.
Can any other Canadians confirm that they were able to get this app and/or access the marketplace?
Nokia has probably got more apps to the platform than Microsoft itself.
Nokia also has library of 23 of it's self made apps. What is Nokia supposed to do then? Would it be better world if non of these apps excisted?
This whining is so ego tripping childisch
It just makes me roll my eyes at this point. Nokia itself has so far done all the selling work for MS. Nokia itself has probably collected and done more apps for Windows Phone than Microsoft itself.