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
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Kik Interactive was founded in 2009 by a group of engineers with an endless vision to create a world of seamless mobile computing. In April 2010, Kik released the universal, free texting app for BlackBerry and iPhone, empowering users to message any of their friends in real time without paying unruly SMS fees. Chat is the foundation for the unfolding Kik community, which will also soon include... more

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