Polar Mobile to bring over 300 Nokia apps for Symbian, MeeGo-Harmattan and Windows Phone

| August 18, 2011 | 24 Replies

OK we’ve had a few of you tip this one in today (actually yesterday). Due to all the Anna-Belle activity, we couldn’t get around to publishing this.


Nokia are working with Polar Mobile to bring over 300 apps to Nokia handsets.

These apps will be for Symbian, MeeGo-Harmattan (N9) and future Nokia Windows Phones.

The first batch of 50 will appear next month and will be for Symbian, appearing globally through Ovi Store.

 Using Qt as the basis for its Platform on Nokia smartphones, Polar Mobile can deliver rich user experiences for their customers. To date, Polar Mobile has launched over 1,200 mobile apps across other major smartphone devices for more than 300 media brands in 10 countries. Now, in partnership with Nokia, Polar Mobile can extend support for Nokia smartphones reaching consumers in 190 markets

Sources: polarmobile / thenokiablog / wpcentral /mobilesyrup

Anyone know where we can find the catalogue for Apps from Polar Mobile?



Category: Maemo, MeeGo, Nokia, Symbian, Windows Phone

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