Microsoft and Nokia Invest $24 Million for App Development in Finland

Microsoft and Nokia are pretty close friends. If there was any doubt to that the $12 million that Microsoft is investing in Finalnd’s mobile economy should convince you. That’s right, Microsoft (and Nokia) have agreed to both invest up to $12 million in the “AppCampus Development Program” and Aalto University in Finland over the next three years.

AppCampus ia a program designed to help developers create new and innovative mobile apps. Of course these apps are designed for Windows Phone. This signifies Microsoft’s willingness to get more apps into the Marketplace. Let’s hope some new awesome Windows Phone apps come out of AppCampus.

Find out more about AppCampus here.

[via TNW]

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