People who trade-in their mobile and opt for a Nokia phone as a replacement will have access to a download database that is now used more than three million times a day.
The Finnish brand has revealed its Ovi Store recently reached the landmark daily figure, caused by increased global demand for smartphones and their apps.
It has welcomed some 400,000 extra developers in the last 12 months and made steps forward in terms of design, meaning Nokia devices are now friendlier and more accessible than ever.
"Ovi Store is on a strong trajectory fueled by new apps and games from a growing number of partners and more than 250,000 new consumers signing up for Ovi every day," says Tero Ojanpera, Nokia's executive vice-president of services.
Adam, writing the Nokia Conversations blog, this week detailed Battery Monitor – a new app that allows consumers to check the exact status of their power supply and assess where it is being consumed.