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The floodgates have finally opened !!!


Finally after pleading for many years, hobby developers can develop and post some apps for a very nominal fee.The Nokia Symbian signing apps for free program has moved out of the beta stage. Now it’s just 50$ that are required for publishing an application through the Ovi store. While this fee is a one-year cost […]

Nokia signing Symbian apps for free.


This is some old news , but still relevant for overall Symbian app development. Nokia has announced that they will be signing Symbian C++, QT & Flash apps as a part of a Beta program. They have published the required steps here. This is a real welcome move from Nokia which should lead to more […]

Selling Symbian apps : Costs & realistic chances of making profits.


I am “planning” to code and publish a Symbian application.So here I will be chronicling the various steps right from conception to coding to testing to actual publishing of the application. Now let us check the costs involved in making a symbian application: 1. Developer hours: So going by current standards it would be around […]

SymbianSigned encourages you to hack PlatSec.


SymbianSigned has changed “some” of its services.These included a new online only service for signing and doing away with the freeware signing. Am more frustrated rather than amused by the changes. OpenSigned online version only: Earlier if a developer had to test some application with capabilities he/she had to download the DevCert once from the […]