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The Times of India, India's most-read English language newspaper announced on Friday the launch of it's new app for Nokia cell phones.

The app provides the latest news from the Times of India, analytical news coverage as well as fashion and entertainment photo galleries. On touch screen phones, the app supports both portrait and landscape modes. Users can change text size and share articles via Facebook, Twitter, email or SMS. The app works with Nokia touch and qwerty smart phones running Symbian^3 and S60 platforms.

Announcing the launch, Rishi Khiani, CEO of Times Internet Ltd (TIL), said: The partnership with Nokia is important and strategic for us as both brands lead their respective segments globally. With this app, millions of Nokia owners across the globe will be able to access news on the move.

With the launch of the Nokia app, The Times of India is now present on all the popular mobile platforms. The newspaper recently launched iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry apps, all of which have proved to be immensely popular. The Times of India is the only Indian newspaper to have apps for all these popular platforms.

[Source: PRNewswire]