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ESPN has recently announced its partnership with Nokia. According to the collaboration, the duo have agreed to develop and load ESPN apps including ESPNcricinfo, ESPNFC, ESPNF1 and the ESPN Hub on Nokia's entry-level devices, especially Asha series.
At the same time the ESPNcricinfo, has also announced a redesigned and relaunched the mobile website. The revamped website now comes with a richer content, a better live updates and scores, as well as news, blogs, records, statistics and features.
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According to the reports online, currently in a public beta test period, ESPNcricinfo reportedly said, the company is planning to launch its suite of mobile apps on 19th November.
The site will use an HTML5 and interactive designs that create an enhanced user experience across smartphone platforms as well as J2ME and entry-level java phones.
The website will also deliver better performance for the user and will include new features such as the ability to easily share content on social networks as well as the ability for users to view and post comments.
"The aim was to provide improved performance, design and content experience that take into account the changes in mobile and that is optimized across device screens and platforms. We want to be where our fans are, and in an on-the-go way that is engaging and makes use of newer technologies to provide the best for cricket fans," said Gaurav Thakur, Director - Mobile Products & Revenue, ESPNcricinfo and ESPN Digital Media, India.