We've just come out of a Q&A session with some of the Nokia folks behind the application services platform Ovi, and here are some key takeaways about the Finnish phone maker's Internet service. The Ovi Suite will eventually replace the current PC Suite client, though it's unclear when exactly. Software support for Mac "will be released at some time in the future." Again, no mention of the time frame.
Right now, Ovi is able to sync Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Notes, but not e-mail, although the team is looking to (possibly) include that in future upgrades. Nokia is also working on developing its asset on Downloads by leveraging its base of S60 developers. App Store on Nokia devices, anyone?