Waterloo-born Kik launches app on Symbian and Windows Phone

Waterloo-based startup Kik Interactive has launched its popular Kik app on the Symbian and Windows Phone platforms.

Kik's Windows app will be optimized for 7.5, or "Mango," while the Symbian app will start off in private beta.

The app is already available for iOS and Android. It was once available for BlackBerry, then banned, but has since returned to the platform.

Kik Interactive, Inc.
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Kik was founded in 2009, when a small but incredibly passionate group of University of Waterloo students decided to build a company that would shift the center of computing from the PC to the smartphone. Fast forward to today, and Kik has become the best way to connect with friends, no matter where you meet them. And unlike other messengers, Kik uses usernames - not phone numbers - as the basis... more

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