Finnish vendor Nokia put a new spin on the User Generated Content (UGC) phenomenon on Tuesday, with an addition to its own social network, Mosh.

Where the Mosh environment allows users to communicate and share their content, the Seek feature allows users to make requests for content not yet available.

“Seek allows Mosh users to make requests for content they crave and the community can then respond with suggestions or custom created content,” said Nokia.

The Finnish firm anticipates that Seek will be used to deliver requests for specific mobile applications, mobile maps or videos, but it will most likely be used to request various filth, or copyrighted material.

The Mosh community has downloaded more than 6 million bits of content since its beta launch on August 9, with 80 per cent of all downloads happening through mobile browsers.