Recycling mobile could create opportunity to use "easy" Nokia apps
8 June 2010 — 2:18 PM
By taking up mobile phone recycling and picking up one of the new Nokia smartphones, users could begin creating their own apps.
According to the telecommunications firm's official blog, the Ovi App Wizard allows people to easily develop their own applications for Nokia phones using RSS feed technology.
Up to three websites can be used with the app, offering updated information from almost any online source, while new creations can be uploaded to the Ovi Store so anyone else can put the app on their handset.
"So far, apps have been created from more than 90 countries and downloaded in more than 180 countries across 90 different Nokia devices," the blog noted.
This week, football fans saw the release of the AP Fifa World Cup app, which offers updated information on the tournament, as well as an Al Jazeera 24/7 app, which gives users access to the latest headlines in the Middle East.
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