Nokia and Handster, an Opera Software company, bring apps to the Nokia Store for the Nokia X family

By fredpatton

February 27, 2014   Comments

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Working together, Nokia and Handster, an Opera Software company, have brought apps submitted via the Opera Mobile Store’s publisher portal and published them in Nokia Store for use with the Nokia X family of devices.

Announced this week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Nokia X family offers access to the world of apps via Android Open Source Project (AOSP), coupled with Nokia signature experiences and the most popular Microsoft services. For Android app developers, it’s an easy, risk-free way to expand the reach of their applications to a new user base while still using the existing code base.

Based on Handster’s existing agreements with its developers, they have granted distribution rights to Nokia for these free Android apps which have been published in the Nokia Store.

How Handster developers can join the Nokia Store and reach new users

Developers with apps distributed by Handster can quickly join the Nokia Store and reach new users with their apps.

If you are ready to start the registration process, click here. Nokia will then contact you to get your consent and to explain the process for creating your Nokia Store account.

Also, if you already have a Nokia Store account, you will not need to do anything else. Your compatible Android apps will automatically be added to your account. Log in to Nokia Publish to check your apps.

Want to learn more about Nokia X?

Check out the five reasons why you should publish your Android app to Nokia Store.