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Updated: Micromax Launches Data Messaging Service HookUp For Android

Micromax has launched HookUp, a mobile messaging application on Android devices, that allows users to exchange pictures, music, videos, send and receive messages, free of charge. The messaging app integrates SMS and IM chat app and allows HookUp users to send SMSes to a non-HookUp user free of charge. The app is powered by mobile messaging solution provider, Hesine, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of MediaTek. How to use: Users need to have an active internet connection on their Android devices to use the app (download .apk file). To activate the service, Android users need to tap the activation icon and enter his/her mobile number with user name to get started. Availability: Currently, HookUp is available on Android and MediaTek platforms. As of now, the HookUp app is currently available on Micromax devices such as A57 Ninja 3.5, A87 Ninja 4.0, Q34 and X335 and other Android devices. Features: Micromax Info's official website states that HookUp will allow its users to send 4,000 free SMS per year or 330 SMS per month for an year to anyone in ones contact list even if they didn't have the HookUp app. However, we tried the app and discovered that the 4,000 free SMS per year are not available on non-Micromax Android handsets. Apart from that, HookUp app also comes with features such as as doodle pad, Walkie-Talkie, location sharing, and contact list management. Its Doodle pad allows users to draw any shape and share it with their friends from within the app. The walkie-talkie feature allows users to share audio/video or image files with other HookUp users.…

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