Nokia stumbles on Ovi Store launch

Nokia’s Ovi Store launch today has turned into something of a launch-day fiasco. The launch of the Ovi Store was to be Nokia’s triumphant answer to Apple’s iTunes store and the highly integrated iPhone AppStore. Alas, things didn’t go according to plan. Nokia’s Ovi Store is apparently suffering from server problems, UI funkiness and overall…

Nokia’s Ovi Store officially opened for business!

We knew it will be opened during this week and now we have the official press release! Nokia’s Ovi Store has opened its virtual doors to everyone understanding any of the following languages: English, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish! More than 50 Nokia devices are supported at launch, and users can buys apps and mobile…

Ovi Store Launching This Week

Now that Nokia has wrapped up Mosh, Share, and WidSets, they’re promising to launch the Ovi Store this week, and is, in fact, already live in Australia, Singapore and Ireland. Announced back at Mobile World Congress, the Ovi Store will incorporate aspects of those retired services, but the main goal will be to provide an…

Ovi Share Development Put on Pause

Nokia’s Ovi Store should be rolling out any day now, and as such they have been wrapping up projects like Mosh and WidSets, and now Ovi Share is getting the plug pulled. While Share won’t be shut down, Nokia will be stopping their investments in the media sharing service, while presumably working out how to…

Qik Announces Share on Ovi Integration

Qik, one of the eldest mobile-to-web video services, has announced a tight partnership with Nokia’s Share on Ovi service, so recorded clips and live feeds will be cross-posted to Ovi. Not a bad deal at all, and a perfect fit since Qik has been supporting Nokia devices since the get-go. That close relationship has garnered…

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