Nokia's Ovi store grows to five million downloads a day

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Handset maker tries to keep developers on-side before transition to Windows Phone 7

Nokia has announced that its Ovi Store has grown by a factor of eight over the past year to feature over 40,000 applications, and registers five million dowloads a day. The company said that the...

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