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Bobble Keyboard partners with Gionee India for growth

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

Mobile application that allows users to personalize conversation in real-time on any platform Bobble Keyboard has announced that it has partnered with Gionee

The keyboard application can be used with all kinds of messaging and platforms like Facebook, WhatsApp etc.

As per the agreement between the two parties, the Bobble keyboard would be promoted on Gionee app store also known as the G-Store.

"We have always been focused on providing a platform to individuals, who want to use personal and expressive content to make their conversations more interactive. What we understand is all Gionee users are proud of their choice and now they can share their choice in form in-content branding with stickers and GIFs," said MD and Founder Bobble, Mohd Wassem.

All users coming from Gionee keyboard would get a customized flow and all content shared through Gionee phones would carry its branding. This creates additional growth avenue for Bobble and branding platform for Gionee.

"With an aim to further simplify conversations and make them more lively and fun, we are pleased to announce our association with Bobble. The app offers versatile ways of expressing oneself while conversing, which makes it a perfect choice for the youth who live for creating and celebrating experiences while conversing. This has also come in at a perfect time as we have recently announced the launch of our latest flagship A1," said Country CEO and MD Gionee India, Arvind R Vohra.

Earlier, Bobble partnered with global giants like Baidu, Apple Inc and Foxconn. In Bobble works with brands like Indus OS, Lava, Zen etc. Furthermore, Bobble Keyboard has previously worked with brands like Zomato, Tinder, and YourStory, which have promoted Bobble on their exclusive websites, apps, and pages.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

First Published: Thu, April 20 2017. 14:07 IST