Indian mobile space along with cellphone devices are finally through with anticipation of web 2.0 and social networking wave. Already caught the online web space among Indian crowd, social media and networking services are showing interest in ever growing mobile user base in India.
Recently, Vodafone has announced that its research in motion product BlackBerry Storm to be launched in India soon that will carry all big apps of web on mobile such as MySpace, YouTube, Facebook social networking, Flickr, Google Maps, Find&Go navigation through its high speed navigation and touch screen.
On other part LG Electronics India partnered with RockeTalk mobile social networking application to pre-load on all new LG KT610 and KF750 (Secret) mobile phone models with RockeTalk mobile social networking App.
If you are a regular reader of IndianWeb2, you might have noticed that mobile 2.0 in India is most busy stream getting updates in terms of newly launched services, companies coming in, partnerships and expansion of mobile 2.0 in Indian mobile spectrum.
Meanwhile Microsoft launched its Live search Maps for India earlier this week on web and Mobile (http://m.live.co.in). Microsoft’s Live Search Service, thereby allowing users to search for geographical information, places of general interest and business listings both on the web and mobile.