Microsoft and Nokia will invest 18 million euros in applications

Companies allocated 9 million each in a program of support and development of mobile software for operating systems Windows Phone, Symbian and Series 40. Seeking to reach IOS and Android

Nokia companies and Microsfot App created a program called Campus to be held in FINLAND Aalto University, which allocated a total of 18 million euros for development of applications.

Both companies will contribute 9 million each to create more programs for Windows Phone operating systems, Symbian and Series 40, whose stores currently has fewer options than their main competitors.

The objective of this program is to provide theoretical and technical support, financing, access to networks and business development for mobile applications, and the beneficiaries will be the Aalto University students may participate but people around the world.

Those interested can take part in this development project applications can check the conditions on the website Campus App.

This program will last three years, and with Microsoft and Nokia are looking to push the development of applications for their operating systems, which have fewer compared to existing Android and IOS.


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