Nokia says that the service is available via more than 50 phone models, “to an estimated 50 million Nokia device owners.”
The Ovi Store, which is basically an app store, allows Nokia phone owners to search, find and download mobile applications, games, productivity tools, videos and so on.
You can access Ovi Store at its official website, either from your phone or from a desktop browser.
The new service is currently available in five languages: English, Spanish, Italian, German and Russian. It supports operator billing in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, Singapore and Australia. Customers from other countries can buy applications via credit card.
In the US, AT&T will be the first carrier to offer Ovi Store to its customers, sometime later this year. And it’s no wonder, since the giant operator is getting ready to launch at least four new Nokia phones.
Via Press release
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