Kenya: Nokia’s Launches Program to Help Windows Phone Developers Improve APP Visibility
October 10, 2013 Editor 0
[CIO]Nokia has announced the availability of its unique rewards program for Windows Phone developers in Kenya and other 19 countries globally. Designed to confront the industry-wide challenge of app discoverability, the program dubbed DVLUP empowers developers to increase the visibility and success of their applications.
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