Cross platform apps at MWC

Three of our apps are being shown at the Mobile World Congress this year, for several different devices. If you want to have a look at them in real life head over to the Qt booth located here.

The video below shows our apps running on a few of the many platforms supported by Qt.

As you may know, Qt has been a cross-platform toolkit from day one, and supports many more mobile platforms than just Symbian and MeeGo. Here is a list of some of the different mobile platforms Qt runs on today:

Mobile OS Support Links
Android Community Video
iOS Community Video
Windows Mobile Official Video
webOS Community Article
QNX (Blackberry Playbook) Community Video
Symbian Official Video
Maemo/MeeGo Official Video

…and there have been reports on success getting it running for Bada and Amazon Kindle as well. Go to the Qt booth to see more apps running across both desktop and mobile platforms.


8 responses to “Cross platform apps at MWC

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  2. Do you think community will create a port for WP7 too?

    And what about official Qt support to Android? It would be great for all those developers pissed about nokia deal with microsoft

    • It seems that an official Qt port to WP7 is a no-go, but the homebrew scene seems to be fairly active. Technically it should be possible to adapt the old Qt WinCE port (a project Espen headed, btw).
      As far as the Qt port for Android goes, Nokia has so far stayed away from it. But we know that the trolls are enthusiastic about the community effort there, and we are actively trying to persuade them to support it. We’ll see what happens there.

  3. Really great work on all platforms guys!

    I hope your business will survive the change in strategy of the current Qt owner.

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