Nokia said that the Nokia Store, which retails apps and content, is now generating 13 million downloads a day (up from one million two years ago). The Finland-based firm added that Series 40-based feature phones now account for 30% of downloads, having grown 250% in a year.
Consumers can now purchase content and apps in the store using any of 150 mobile operator billing systems across 40 countries, Nokia said. The handset maker also said that Windows Phone Marketplace, which is run by its partner Microsoft, now stocks 65,000 apps. source: Nokia statement