Nokia has announced that it will launch the Ovi Software Store in May beginning in nine countries with further expansion planned.
The Ovi Software Store will be merging the disparate Download!, MOSH and WidSets services into a single unified platform with developers and content providers being able to submit content for future release beginning today.
Ovi Software Store is user enabled and is not a mandatory service with content that will range from applications, games and videos to widgets, podcasts, location-based applications and personalization content for Nokia Series 40 and S60 devices.
The first device to launch with Ovi software store will be the forthcoming Nokia N97, scheduled to launch in June.
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