The Nokia N900 has received an over-the-air software update, allowing the Maemo-based smartphone access to the Ovi Store.
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The store, which was launched worldwide in May 2009, allows users to download applications, images, mobile games, ringtones and videos to their Nokia handsets.
The beta version of the N900 Ovi store offers users a selection of hand-picked applications and content from other platforms, such as the Symbian S60. As Nokia collaborates with developers to create exclusive content, this selection will grow.
Users will need to register and log in to the store to be able to download. The store can be found in the N900’s main menu.