Nulaz lets your friends see where you are, and vice-versa…
by on March 17, 2010
Another social networking app that enables your friends to see where you are and vice versa, Nulaz has an interesting meaning – it’s a term the native Indians of the Paquoia tribe used for sending smoke signals.
Currently this version is designed for touchscreen Nokia’s, though versions for other handsets are under review. When you sign into the Ovi Store, make sure you specify your handset type and you’ll be presented with the correct version of apps for your handset. In Nulaz, there are three statuses.
You can set yourself public online, online, and undercover. You can send messages to other Nulaz users, view your friend list and locations of others.
As ever with such services, their success depends on others you know using the service – so that’s how you should judge whether to download it.
Buy this app: Download the Nulaz app now
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