Hardware’s a huge part of what to see at the Mobile World Congress, but when we stop gawking at all the full HD screens and next-gen SoCs for a few minutes, there’s also a lot of great software to check out. Nokia announced some new apps of its own, which we wanted to give you a quick look at.

First up we’ve got the Here apps, and while the apps themselves aren’t new, the push to get them on non-Nokia devices is. Then there’s Nokia Music Plus, a paid upgrade to the normal Music offering, giving you more control over what you’re listening to and delivering higher-quality streaming.

Check out these, as well as the GoPro remote app, in our video:

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