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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.
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