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Nokia to shut down Ovi Share on May 30, 2012

Notice by Nokia on Ovi Store
There has been a lot of conundrum over Nokia’s location services, last year. Nokia had launched its exclusive Nokia Drive, a turn-by-turn GPS feature, which was hacked to run on other Windows phones and was also rumoured to hit Windows Marketplace. In fact, even Nokia Maps was hacked to work on other Windows Phones. Later on, Nokia confirmed that Nokia Drive would be exclusive to its Lumia devices and not available as an app for Windows Phone. The company has been truly focusing on location services. Early this year, reports claimed that Bing Maps will be known as Nokia Maps, while last year, Nokia Maps were made available for Android and iOS users.

Guest Post By: Mayur Kamble from Don't Touch My Phonn

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