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Nokia Developer is currently running a new , awesome competition. Awesome because you have a chance to win a Nokia 808 PureView if you’re a developer.
To participate in this competition, you must migrate your apps to the new Symbian Belle platform style using the Symbian Qt Quick Components.
We’re having an app design competition! In order to compete you need to have an application that uses Symbian Qt Quick Components and provide a wiki article that describes the key elements of your application design. The article should be detailed enough for us to assess the elegance of your design, and should ideally point us to a binary version we can test.The winning apps will demonstrate UI design flair and style while remaining faithful to the core Symbian platform style (as captured by the design and iconography guidelines). We expect they will mix both standard and custom components, and have innovative approaches to branding and other design elements.
As soon as we can get hold of them from the factory, the winners will receive one of three new Nokia 808 PureView devices, featuring an unbelievable 41 megapixel camera and the new Symbian Belle UI. The winners will be among the first to get their hands on these truly amazing devices!
So what are you waiting for? If you’ve got coding skill, go and start coding! 🙂
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Yea, Sure! A lot of apps have not been working since the Nokia Belle update and they are: You can equally find them listed by Nokia
Jason on Nokia Conversations , posted a nice post showing most useful apps for Nokia apps that he found out from comments on his post last month. He missed out some apps in last post and users pointed out some useful apps, which he posted in his revised blog post on Nokia Conversations .
He pointed out following apps as must have apps for Nokia N9 (MeeGo / Harmattan)
He also described why he thinks they are must have. Have a look at his post at Nokia Conversations to find out what he thinks. Don’t forget to tell us your favorite apps too. 😉