Nokia has decided to finally call it quits with its unsuccessful Ovi Files service. Ovi Files was created to allow users to remotely access photos, music and documents that were stored on their home computer. It also allowed you to browse, search and view photos, automatically resized for your mobile phone. Through the acquisition of Avvenu Incorporated in December 2007, Nokia originally aimed to release Ovi Files as a premium service. However due to poor uptake, in July 2007 Nokia decided to allow users to take advantage of this service free of charge. It appears as though the service is still underused, and so Nokia will officially discontinue the service as of 1 October 2010. Check out the email confirmation of this news after the break.
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