Sell old mobile phone and transform Nokia device "into anything"
5 July 2010 — 6:54 PM
People who buy a new Nokia phone - perhaps with money gained from selling an old mobile - have the potential to turn their device "into anything".
That is the view of writer Rhiain, author of a piece for the Nokia Conversations blog, who says the extent of the brand's Ovi Store is now so large it offers apps for anything and everything.
Just this week a trio of new games have been recommended by the online publication, such as the popular Angry Birds app.
Rhiain is urging people to try and beat the all-time high scores, while also noting Trigna as another exciting download.
This app is a dot-based game where mobile phone users must touch dots of the same colour to form triangles.
Finally, the blog recommends Marble Maze 2, featuring more than 70 different puzzles for people to work their way out of.
Nokia is the world's largest producer of mobile devices, with 1.2 million accessed across the world each day.
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