Nokia has recently issued a shocking news to announce that as of March 14, service Ovi Share will be closed by the Nokia. This information is sent via email to all customers Ovi Share scattered throughout the world.
As we know, Ovi Share Nokia is a similar service Dropbox Ovi account where the owner can upload content such as videos, photos, direct from their gadgets using the internet connection.
The service is closed as of March 14 was only a file upload service. But users can still download the file from the server using the Nokia Ovi share account until the date of May 30, 2012. Indeed, with the closure of services Ovi Share, upload and download service is no longer served, but users can still access other Nokia services with your account.
While Nokia itself acknowledged that the service inactivated Ovi Share, Nokia hopes to focus more on mobile products and services that are location. It seems that this step be taken in order to boost sales of Nokia which continues to decline.
While Symbian users seem to have put them into Microsoft’s great hope that in the near future will soon release SkyDrive application for Symbian, because until now there is no online storage service that has a large enough original application.