Nokia looks to the future with Ovi Maps
5 February 2010 — 11:32 AM
Last week, Nokia asked what sort of additional apps and services its customers would like to see introduced.
More than 300 people took part in the poll which asked the question "what to do next with Ovi Maps?".
Forty per cent of the vote requested that local guides were added, providing consumers with an element of knowledge about the location they are in.
News and information was the second most requested, grabbing 23.1 per cent, event tickets picked up 10.3 per cent and location-based games received 10.9 per cent.
Consumers could wish to trade in their used phones in order to receive cash which could be put towards a new Nokia device.
Nokia recently reported that its top five most popular handsets for installing the download were Nokia N97 mini, Nokia N97, Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia E72 and Nokia 5230.
Since Ovi Maps became available for free on January 21st, more than one million people have downloaded the mobile application.
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