Kyte provides mobile video support to Android and Nokia

Nokia and Android After releasing application frameworks for the iPhone and BlackBerry earlier this year, Kyte has widened their mobile video support to now encompass Android and Nokia. Kyte proclaimed that media companies and brands can utilize the Kyte platform to reach audiences with video initiatives across these four devices.

Kyte’s newest mobile application frameworks are a generally adopted end-to-end key for the production, distribution and monetization of online and mobile video. Kyte’s Android and Nokia application frameworks offer online Kyte channels as completely local Android and Nokia applications, thereby facilitating companies to economically congregate their online and mobile audiences into one community. Core interactive Kyte attributes like real-time chat, comments and ratings, the facility to share details and real-time viewer count are provided in a vibrant interface.

Daniel Graf, CEO, Kyte, commented, “There is no doubt that consumption of online and mobile video is on the rise, both in terms of unique views and time spent watching. Our support for Android, Nokia, iPhone and BlackBerry reflects our ongoing commitment to giving brands, organizations and media & entertainment companies the ability to seamlessly deliver interactive social video experiences that reach and engage online and mobile audiences wherever they are.”

The applications also comprise of activity notifications to specify latest content and chat messages. The applications boast of mobile-specific modules that can be animatedly configured.

Brands can provide Twitter feeds, facilitating users to view Tweets immediately. The location-aware module lets consumers to see close by event listings, tour dates, venues etc. By using RSS, blogs, news feeds and other alerts can be supplied. Songs, videos, tickets or merchandise can be made accessible for mobile commerce. The applications enable access to web-based content. Brands can increase the possibilities by incorporating custom-developed native Android and Nokia modules. Companies can monetize applications by operating mobile advertising campaigns.

The applications would be available from the 1st quarter of 2010.