Nokia has sent to all its users Ovi Share an email informing them about the “sad death” of the service. In case you had not heard of before, Ovi Share was Nokia’s version of Dropbox, which allowed users with an Ovi account to upload content such as images and video from their mobile phones to Nokia’s servers.
Unfortunately, this service is nearly over. After March 13, users will no longer be able to upload the files, while May 30 is the deadline to re-download all the content that you had uploaded online, since the service goes to die permanently May 31. As reported by Nokia Ovi Store, the closure of the service is
part of the audit mission of Nokia services to focus on mobile and location-based services.
Unfortunately for Symbian users, none of the major storage services online have a native app that can be used to store your files online. For now, remain available Ovi services still in operation.