Video: Fillr Powered by Qt, available at Nokia Store for Symbian and MeeGo (Nokia N9).

| December 16, 2011 | 6 Replies

Here’s another video from Nokiadevforum showing the developers of the app Fillr that is available for both Symbian and MeeGo. They note how easy it is to learn Qt in just a few days, and transition from Symbian to MeeGo was easy creating quick good applications simply.

Co-founders and developers at Fill Apps, Cristian Loloiu and Adriana Marica talk about Fillr ( and Qt. Fillr is a puzzle game, which includes an online mode and offers users the ability to create game levels that can then be played by any other user worldwide.

They also showcase the most recent version of the game, Fillr Winter Edition ( Cristian and Adriana started creating apps when they took part in a local Qt developer contest. They quickly fell in love the Qt SDK, because, as Cristian puts it, they can create killer apps in just a few hours.

They particularly like QML and its rich feature that enable sophisticated UIs to be created easily. Adriana is also impressed by its cross-platform capabilities, as she notes that moving a small app from Symbian to Nokia N9 can be done in a couple of hours. In ramping up their development effort, the support from Nokia, both through the Nokia Developer website and from the local Nokia team, has been invaluable in understanding needs and requirements of both global and local markets.

Prepare to start your journey on the Fillr Land!
Fillr is an addictive, colourful and engaging game where your objective is to fill as many objects as you can with the same color. You can play in Single Player Mode or compete in a Multiplayer Mode against the computer or an online player. The game comes with 3 themes to choose from, 3 maps with over 20 levels based on the Fillr’s story and an unlimited number of custom levels built by our community members

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