Ericsson eStore is yet another mobile application store

While Sony Ericsson has teamed-up with Samsung, LG and 24 major carriers to form the Wholesale Applications Community, one of its parent companies – Ericsson – has just announced its own application store for mobile phones, called Ericsson eStore.

The Ericsson eStore is directly targeted at mobile operators rather than at end users – it allows carriers around the world to easily set-up and offer an application store to their customers.

According to Ericsson, the eStore application marketplace is designed for any mobile phone and, unlike other app stores, it includes a high number of applications from day one – more than 30,000 apps (both free and paid – the paid apps can be bought via your phone’s bill).

Ericsson says that the eStore is accessible as of now here – and it is, it’s just that it doesn’t seem to be fully functional.

Developers can also take advantage of the eStore – since they can develop only one app that will be published via multiple carriers.

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The client framework for widgets and apps across multiple channels and devices for the Ericsson eStore is provided by Opera Software.

Via Press release

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • Martin

    Opera’s widget platform is pure HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Making apps for it will be my easiest earned money ever! :-D

  • Martin

    Opera’s widget platform is pure HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Making apps for it will be my easiest earned money ever! :-D