An In-Depth Look At Ovi Store 2.0 On The Nokia N8

One of the new things that the N8 brings is a completely revamped Ovi Store which offers a much more pleasing experience that not only makes finding content easier, also makes sure that you don’t have to go through hoops trying to download an application.

Gone are the options within menus, the overall speed of the Ovi Store is much faster and easily comparable to the competition. It is finally something that you would expect of a company like Nokia. You can seamlessly transfer old purchases to the new phone and that is a major win for the customer and Nokia alike. In the following video I look at the new client in detail, so without further ado, here is Ovi Store 2.0 on the Nokia N8.

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What do you think? Will you be more likely to browse apps and other media on the new Ovi Store? Much thanks to Iain Wallace at Do It Different for his help.

8 thoughts on “An In-Depth Look At Ovi Store 2.0 On The Nokia N8”

  1. It is actually based on Qt WebKit, as the Web Runtime powering the Ovi Store is based on Qt WebKit. The device comes with the normal Web Runtime and a special Web Runtime to my knowledge only used for Ovi Store.

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