Do you think you know everything about Nokia's Ovi Store?
21 April 2010 — 6:56 PM
Nokia has revealed facts about its Ovi Store which could convince some people to recycle their used mobile phones in order to upgrade to a newer handset.
People who upgrade to a Nokia smartphone can enjoy a host of facilities from the store - such as Ovi Maps, Ovi Calendar, Ovi Music and Ovi Files.
A post on the Nokia conversations blog noted Ovi Files are available on PCs and not just mobile phones.
Documents are able to be spread between a computer and mobile phone, while items can be amended on a handset and the changes applied to the document on the home computer, even when it is switched off.
Ovi Files also work on more than one PC, a technological advancement that business people could especially be interested in.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "When it comes to running a business, smart phones can do almost anything these days. The Nokia's Ovi Store is no exception. By trading in your old handset for cash, you could find out how easy it is to keep your social life and work life in the palm of your hand."
Indeed, a recent poll by Orange and YouGov found 85 per cent of entrepreneurs believe communications tools like mobile phones make running a business more flexible, especially from home.
The blog stated: "If you can find another internet-connected PC, Nokia's web-interface and Anytime Files will let you browse files on that big screen too."
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