Nokia Drop for Symbian Shuts Down

Nokia Drop

Nokia Drop is a service that is used to push content and notifications to a user’s device from public websites. Nokia Drop uses Push Notifications, so no cable or Bluetooth connection is needed. The service has been available for Symbian smartphones, and is now being shut down. Here is the official notice from Nokia:

Dear customer,

As a result of our continuing refocus on the Windows Phone ecosystem and Nokia Asha, we regret to inform you that we will be ramping down the Nokia Drop service for Symbian.

You will not have any personal data relating to Nokia Drop stored on our servers following the discontinuation of the service, which means no action is required from you the user.

The service will no longer be available from 20th December 2013. We would like to offer our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Regards,

The Nokia Drop Team

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0 thoughts on “Nokia Drop for Symbian Shuts Down

  • December 5, 2013 at 8:26 am
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    What does this really mean in ‘English’? Does it mean that I will stop receiving Emails on my Nokia E6?

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