Symbian Signed launches new initialives to make application signing faster.

“This is good news for all developers but particularly those who have the ability to see a gap in the market for a particular application and want to ensure their product gets to market before potential competitors,” said Bruce Carney, Head of Developer Marketing, Symbian. He added, “Symbian Signed has come a long way since it was established in 2004 and we will continue to look for ways to help developers innovate and take advantage of the business opportunity Symbian OS presents.”

Fast track signing, DevCert request plug-in for Carbide and automated test tools for UIQ and S60 are the main headlines. Fast track signing allows developers to get results in one day for a reasonable price. Carbide plug-in allows signing within Carbide without a 3rd party tool and automated test tool allows developers to test their software before submitting and it’s freely available.

via Leonardo