Nokia buys U.S. mobile analytics firm Motally
HELSINKI (AP) – Nokia Corp. says it has signed a deal to buy U.S. mobile analytics company Motally to boost its offering for mobile software developers.
Financial details were not disclosed.
The Finnish company says the acquisition Friday underscores its attempt to improve mobile Web browsing analytics for software developers of its Internet services that are struggling to match competitor Apple.
Nokia's Ovi Internet service enables phone users to download things such as maps, music and games.
Nokia says the systems of San Francisco-based Motally enable software developers to better connect with customers and improve the development of their applications.
Privately held Motally was founded in 2008 and has eight employees.