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Nokia Fence off iTune with Flash

Posted by Charles | September 23, 2007 .

Nokia ovi

The cellphone giant Nokia is visibly transition itself to be mobile media service provider. Outside of USA, Nokia is the one be compared to style and innovation powerhouse Apple. They are building a media social network site, ovi, with offers including iTune alike music purchase feature, which will be enjoyed by their highend hardware owner, such those happy N95 holders. By the way, our sister site N95Pro is exclusively focusing on getting the most out of Nokia N95.

Currently, the site is not open yet. However, the door-closed site is live with Flash for promotion. You can have a good peek on what’s coming with this impressive animated front door of Ovi. Once the door is open, will it be Flash inside as well? Considering the Flash rich Nokia site itself, it’s very likely will be the case. 

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  1. brett  September 23, 2007 11:13 am

    Sorry, but a Flash music app cannot alone fight off the power of iTunes. iTunes is where all your music is stored and categorized, and interfaces with your iPods. Without that integration, Nokia is still stuck with hoping people will listen to music with their phone. And for most people, that’s just not an attractive option any longer.

  2. Moxie  September 24, 2007 9:19 am

    Is it easier to have mp3 players make phone call or to have cellphones play music? I can’t tell. That’s the magic of marketing or market. I just feel, as the nature of free market goes, sooner or later some one will be able to challenge at the creativity end to Apple. It seems Nokia has a chance.

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