Comes with operator billing in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Russia, Singapore, Spain and the UK.
Nokia has opened the doors to its much-anticipated Ovi Store, which it hopes will steal some of the mobile app initiative back from Apple.
Customers can update their devices with the Ovi Store mobile app (Nokia says it is compatible with more than 50 million S60 and S40 handsets globally) by selecting the Ovi Store icon in the Download! folder on their device.
The mobile client is available in English, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish and supports operator billing in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Russia, Singapore, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Globally, credit card billing is available through the mobile application and the mobile website.
Additional countries, languages, devices and features will be added throughout the year. AT&T, which already offers Apple's iPhone, plans to make Ovi Store available to its customers in the US later this year.
Tero Ojanperä, Executive Vice President, Nokia Services, said: "Ovi Store is open for business and we've stocked the shelves with both local and global content for a broad range of Nokia devices. Ovi Store makes shopping for content and applications easy and fun for feature phone and smartphone owners alike."