Windows Phone 7 series has become a popular mobile operating system platform from Microsoft. This year, the software giant, Microsoft released an update to it, Windows Phone 7.5 (codenamed "Mango"). Recently, Nokia Windows Phone Lumia also joined the family. Catching on the trend, the location-based social network, WNM Live, has provided an updated app for the platform that enables free calls over the Internet.
First of its kind, the application offers following enhanced functionalities:
• Find users who too want to extend their social network
• Free VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) to enable video calls
• Profile-search based on distance, interests, gender, age, etc.
• Send text and images to other users for free
• Look into group interactions and comment
• Create your own profile
• Send or receive virtual gifts
• Earn points and leadership ranks by contributing
"This update to WNM Live is the most substantial update to the service we have made to date. It marks a significant milestone for WNM Live. We are starting to see significant user traction and are very excited to see things continue to accelerate as we launch native applications for Android later this year and for iOS in early 2012," said Brian Hamachek, founder and CEO of parent company, SynergeTech Solutions.
It is notable that WNM Live has 350,000 users and the Windows Phone app stood at second place in first Microsoft Windows 7 Phone App Challenge held in June, this year. The WNM Live and the Windows Phone together look ready to tango. To download the app for your Windows Phone, click here.
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