Media sharing website Ovi Share, previously callew Twango is going down at the end of May, according to an announcement by Nokia. Ovi Share will be discontinued to focus on the core Nokia Service offering, Nokia added saying that this is a business decision. Ovi Share is currently used for videos and photo upload and sharing where users upload media directly from their mobile phones or PCs.
The new business unit Location & Commerce, established in June 2011, is now in the center of their revised services strategy, focusing on location-based services such as Nokia Drive, Nokia Maps and Nokia Transport. Nokia has notified users that they have until 30th may to figure where to move their content before the apocalypse that will see their uploads nolonger inacessible. Files download will be possible either via zip package of all files or in various smaller parts. From 13th of March users will nolonger have upload facility, 30th May will be the last day to download user content, and from the next day service will be discontinued.
Nokia’s quest to concentrate on other services like Nokia
drive, Nokia maps or Nokia Transport has closed the doors of Ovi Share. The
mere photo and content sharing among the mobile devices seems passé now. Ovi
share exists or no practically affects no one as it was pretty much not used by
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