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Ewan 15-09-2004 08:24 AM

Symbianware get Symbian Signed
Symbianware have announced that 12 of their Series 60 applications have been Symbian Signed, the service that tests apps for security, integrity, and compatibility. Normally costing 560 Euros per app, Symbianware's apps were sponsored in part by Siemens Mobile.

-- Press Release --

Twelve best-selling SymbianWare applications for Series 60 get SymbianSigned

Symbianware - a Siemens mobile Advanced Partner - will receive Symbian
Signed status for twelve Series 60 applications. Symbianware joined Symbian
Signed certification program this summer and will have twelve of their
best-selling software products available with Symbian Signed status with by
end of september.

The certified titles include Stacker, SmartCrypto, SmartBirthday, PowerLock,
PowerBall, PowerDictaphone, MultiClipboard, MessageStorer, FileMan, eBook,
Astronix, and AppMan. Some of them are downloadable free of charge for
Siemens SX1 users! Visit the download section at

The certification was done with help from Siemens mobile which sponsored
part of Symbianwares portfolio certifications.

Symbian Signed is the mobile industry endorsed certification program that
promotes best practise in designing applications to run on Symbian OS
phones. Symbian Signed applications follow industry agreed quality
guidelines and support network operator requirements for applications and
content. The program was created to satisfy the mobile industry's demand for
reduced fragmentation and cost to developers by providing the community with
a single generic certification program that all parties can benefit from.
Symbian Signed provides a single signing scheme that can be used as an
alternative to many of the individual schemes, reducing the cost and
complexity of getting applications to market.

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