Nokia has announced that it would be launching exclusive new apps for Nokia Lumia device users.
At CES, when the company launched Windows Phone based smartphones along with AT&T, the Finnish mobile phone maker revealed that Nokia Lumia users will have access to exclusive apps before they are made available widely on the Windows Phone Marketplace app store.
The company said that it had partnered with CNN, Univision, ESPN and Sesame Workshop to bring exclusive apps to Nokia Lumia devices. The apps include a CNN News app which gives access to news articles, special reports and videos, a Univision app, which gives access to shows and special events, the ESPN Sports Hub app for exclusive sports content and news and the Sesame Workshop app which gives access to specially developed ebooks for children.
"With exclusive apps from some of the world's leading global, and most locally relevant brands, we are focused on making Nokia Lumia an outstanding smartphone experience for consumers," said Marco Argenti, senior vice president, Developer Experience and Marketplace, Nokia.
"We are collaborating with our partners to build and deliver first and exclusively on Nokia app experiences across key categories including news, sports, games, multi-cultural and kids and family, all of which are unique, fresh and fun," he added.
Find the press release here.