In February 2009 Nokia announced the Ovi Store, kind of Nokia’s answer to Apple, Android and Blackberry. Back than the release date was May and indeed, the Ovi store made its way to our handsets.Yet, it has been launched in Germany, UK, Australia, Singapore and Ireland and works on the 5800 XpressMusic, E75 as well as on the N95. However, it is reaching more and more countries and devices in the next days. In order to download the Ovi store just refresh the ‘Download!’ application on your S60 device and download Ovi Store. From now on you can download applications, games, themes, sounds, videos and more.
“Today is one of those monolithic milestones for Nokia and the advancement of mobiles, as Ovi Store has officially gone live. It’s a moment that many believe is set to spark a rapid evolution in the way we all use our mobile devices – exploring the depths of what your device is capable will be far easier with Ovi Store now primed to be the one-stop hub to let you soak up bite-size bits of free and paid-for content and apps.”
“There is a mountain of mobile content already available for you to download to your phone, enabling you to flesh out your handset with new talents, ranging from innovative new location-based services to podcasts, videos, games, and heaps more. More than 50 Nokia devices are compatible with the service from day one, with stacks more slated to roll out over time – Nokia estimates that around 50 million people with Nokia devices will be able to benefit from Ovi Store right now.”