Mobile Application On CWG Launched

By September 30th, 2010 AT 10:55 AM

Smile of India the Mobile Infortainment Partner for upcoming Commonwealth Games (CWG) today announced the launch of “Zoomi” a Mobile Application that will provide up-to-date latest information on the Commonwealth Games.

The Zoomi Mobile Application is a concept which acts as a one stop destination for the sport lovers and is an official global mobile infotainment service provider to the Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010. The mobile application is integrated with all platforms like WAP / Mobile Browser, SMS based Subscription Packs, Quiz and Contest,Videos & Images Packs with 2G and 3G Services.

The Zoomi Mobile apps provides information on participating Commonwealth nations to photographs and achievements of past Games to details about Delhi and India to latest and breaking news, the application would have it all in a Rich Visual format.

It has been developed by Smile of India, a knowledge services firm headquartered in Ahmedabad in partnership with KPMG, the leading global professional services firm.

To download the application one can visit from their mobile phone or sms “zoomi” to +91 80008 80008.

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The app provided by zoomi is very cool.

Its free and got loads of info.


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