Hey now, hey Nokia, don't dream it's Ovi... Nokia is changing the name of its apps, media and software services. Click through to find out the breathtaking new name.
Nokia has today rolled out a fairly significant update to the Ovi Store, introducing automatic update notifications for installed apps and an option to update all apps with a single keystroke.
The 4-year-old Ovi brand for mobile services and apps will be redubbed "Nokia services," the company says. The change will start kicking in over the summer.
The marketplace now offers over 40,000 apps--an "eight-fold" increase year over year, according to Nokia.
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The unlimited music service formerly known as Comes With Music is being shut down in 27 countries, including Britain, although the Ovi Music Store remains open for business.
Citing higher demand for its mobile apps and new smartphones running Symbian 3, Nokia says its Ovi Store is now seeing 3 million downloads each day.
With more than 200,000 people signing up each day, the carrier's Ovi app store is now seeing 2.3 million daily downloads.