Nokia announced that its Ovi Store, the place to shop for Symbian apps, now registers some three million downloads each day. Just half a year ago, that number stood at 1.5 million. With 250,000 new users each day and more than 165 million total registered users from 190 countries, Nokia is trying to give its users a competitive platform like Apple's App Store. Daily downloads on the App Store accounted to 17 million, according to the latest analysis.
What might seem interesting to developers, however, is the outreach of their apps. Nokia announced that 92 developers (mostly software companies) have enjoyed more than 1 million downloads for their apps. The Finnish company decided to move to QT as its main development framework in an attempt to attract developers. Some of the latest and most downloaded apps included Swype, NHL GameCenter and WhatsApp Messenger. Do you like what you see on Nokia's Ovi Store?