Today, Opera has launched its brand new Mobile App store which will be available for the following mobile platforms: Android, BlackBerry, Java, Palm, Symbian and also Windows Mobile.
The new App store is a convergence of various mobile operating systems and should allow users to easily search for an application for their smartphone in one centralised place.
Opera has teamed up with open app provider Appia to create the new App store, and it already has around 140,000 applications both free and paid for, covering all the platforms mentioned above on launch day.
Executive vice president of consumer mobile at Opera has said “The launch of the Opera Mobile Store supports Opera’s core belief in an open, cross-platform mobile internet experience by providing Opera users with an integrated storefront of mobile applications.”
If you happen to be a developer, you can easily add your app to the Opera App Store and will receive 70 percent return of the net revenue generated by sales of your application. If you’re interested in seeing what apps are available for your device, you can head on over to the App Store now.