Nokia hasn’t officially announced this, but apparently the company is getting ready to rebrand the Nokia Music Store and call it Ovi Music.
More importantly, according to The Symbian Blog, Ovi Music will offer DRM-free music, which means that all the songs you’re downloading can be used on any device you want (a non-Nokia phone, MP3 players, computers etc).
This move is in line with Nokia’s recent plans to attract customers by offering better services – and even free services, like Nokia Ovi Maps.
It’s not clear yet what will happen with Nokia Comes with Music after the Music Store is rebranded. Also, Nokia didn’t mention when exactly Ovi Music would be launched, but it might happen in the next few months (or maybe after the first Symbian^3 phones are launched?).
Via Phone Report
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