The world’s leader in mobility, Nokia has recently announced a new Seek feature for its growing mobile social network sharing site, the third dimension in an evolution of MOSH, allowing the members to ask the community for seeking contents, informations or applications that they want.

In first dimension, the company provides an ability to upload and share content with a global audience while the second dimension can allow the users to download and customize the device. According to the company, the new Mosh’s Seek service is available on all mobile phones and not just limited to Nokia’s mobile devices.

“Mosh has a strong focus on responding to the needs of its community of users and feedback from the community is the motivation for Seek,” said Lee Epting, Vice President, Nokia. “We have always focused on Mosh being a service created for, and shaped by, users. Seeing users request content from one another, as well as the desire for community discussion, forms the foundation of Seek. With Seek, the possibilities are endless: mobile scavenger hunts, sponsored Seek competitions, or collaboration on applications by developers in India, Russia and the USA, we expect this to take creativity and mobile customization to a new level.”

The new Nokia’s Seek service will officially launch in coming December 14 while an exclusive demo of SEEK will be seen at CTIA Wireless in San Francisco from October 23-October 25.