Symbian's Horizon program works like a record label or book publisher, says Cnet. You submit an app—please make it a good one, since they have to manually review it and they're "starting small"—and Symbian will make sure it's kosher and then push it to a bunch of phone app stores, like Noka's Ovi trainwreck. Good luck guys. I mean that very sincerely. [Symbian via Cnet]
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