Recycling mobile phone can lead consumers to enjoy established Ovi Store
29 December 2010 — 11:57 AM
Britons who recycle a mobile phone in 2011 can enjoy access to one of the success stories of 2010 – Nokia's Ovi Store.
Ian, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog, explains the database was launched in May of last year and has since experienced a surge in development and popularity.
Over the last 12 months, it has hit a number of milestones and recorded numerous achievements.
The writer starts by explaining it made a good start to the year when it was announced the Ovi Mobile email service had attracted five million users, before Nimbuzz became the first app to attract a million downloads.
As the period progressed, the number of daily downloads hit 1.7 million and the amount of worldwide users topped 140 million.
Those who sign up to a Nokia device in the future can add to this tally and enjoy the apps, music, videos and other functions offered through the Ovi Store.
The Finnish brand's major releases in 2010 included the N8 and C7 models.
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