Ovi Maps named best app by Nokia used phone owners
20 July 2010 — 6:40 PM
Consumers who have used phones produced by Nokia have been voting for their favourite apps.
And the results may tempt those currently without a device from the brand into securing one.
Rhiain, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, says the top-rated app from the company's Ovi Store is Ovi Maps - which 29 per cent of users selected as one of their three best.
Behind the navigation service in terms of popularity is Opera Mini - a tool that tackles web pages and makes them suitable for smaller screens - and Skype, the low-cost international call host.
"Hopefully, the results will provide a useful guide to how you might plug the remaining gaps in your own apps arsenal," the author suggests.
Nokia's Ovi Store works in a similar way to Apple's iTunes, which allows users to download music, video and apps direct from the online portal and on to their mobile phone.
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