While we are all (aka the Nokia users) awaiting the Ovi Store grand opening, Nokia will discontinue the development of Ovi share, its photo sharing website. Competing in the same space with leaders like Facebook and Flickr, Nokia is selecting its media sharing platform to address its recently announced cost efficiency effort across its services. That’s a smart move, knowing that the upcoming handsets such as the N97 will promote direct access to Facebook and Youtube. The service is planned to be “maintained in its current state”, so current users can still manage their pictures there.
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