Meanwhile, Ovi Store – announced at the GSMA Mobile World Congress last February and Nokia’s biggest planned push yet into the Internet services space – is on track to be launched by the end of next week, according to a Reuters report. The store is expected to be the biggest application store debut to date, featuring a catalogue of 20,000 items. In comparison, Apple and RIM launched their stores with a few hundred apps, whilst Google’s opened with a few dozen. The Ovi Store will feature a broad selection of digital content, including an entire category of short videos and ‘mobisodes.’ Nokia will give 70 percent of all download revenue to developers, the same share offered to developers by Apple, Google and Microsoft. Nokia is hoping to replicate the success of Apple’s App Store, which launched in June last year and currently offers 40,000 apps and has recently hit the 1 billion download milestone.