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Nokia Store app gets revamp

Nokia has unveiled a new version of its app for Nokia Store for its latest Symbian-based smartphones and Qt-powered N9

Report: Nokia to pay brands to build apps for Ovi store

Nokia is to pay advertisers to create branded apps for its Ovi app store in a push to counter the dominance of Apple’s iPhone and Google Android-supported smartphones

Seeking differentiation in the app store market

What can players do to break away from the numbers game?

Reports: Nokia teams with China Mobile on apps

Mobile giants Nokia and China Mobile have teamed up in the applications space, combining their offerings to promote the Mobile Market (MM)-Ovi Development Partner Program

Ovi Store app downloads nearing 2M per day; 70 developers pass million mark

Nokia says that it is now recording more than 2.7 million downloads per day from its Ovi Store, up from the 1.7 million level reported in July 2010.

Nokia wins back apps market share from RIM

Nokia appears to have won back apps market share from RIM, just two weeks after the BlackBerry vendor reported download numbers for its App World store that suggested it was stealing a march on the Finnish vendor’s app efforts. Nokia today announced that its Ovi Store is achieving 2.3 million downloads per day.

Nokias free maps service attracts almost 1.5M downloads

Nokia claims that its decision last month to make its Ovi Maps navigation service available for free has seen the service attract over 1.4 million downloads to date.

Shazam sees Ovi store success

Music recognition service Shazam claims that its application has been downloaded over 1 million times from the Ovi store since its launch.

Nokia preps major Ovi announcement

Nokia is holding a press conference on Thursday morning in London to share some “big news” on its Ovi services.

China Mobile’s app store linked to August launch

China Mobile’s high-profile upcoming application store – Mobile Market – will be launched this month, according to a Xinhua report cited by Telecompaper.