MWC 2008: Taptu wins all-important award at MWC, continues to aid in mobile search

Mobile phones, Mobile World Congress 2008

We’ve been getting excited about Taptu for months now, so it’s fantastic to see they won the Global Community Award at the MoMo Peer Awards last night at the Mobile World Congress, rewarding our confidence in this small English start-up to no end.

No doubt you’ve forgotten exactly what they’re made of, and how exactly they can revolutionise the way you use your mobile phone. Taptu is a search engine for your mobile, allowing you to gain content categorised into the various forms it exists – video, image, song, wiki, etc, then after you’ve discovered the perfect page deconstructing Morrissey’s lyrics, you can send it to your friend via the 1-Tap function.

Plus, it’s free. *swoon*

Taptu (via Shiny Shiny)

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