Nokia's reward program DVLUP is now available to developers across the globe

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Nokia's reward program DVLUP is now available to developers across the globe

Nokia launched its rewards program called 'DVLUP' for Windows Phone developers last year in October. It was launched in 21 countries at that time and Windows Phone developers could join for free.

The main aim of DVLUP is to provide a fun and competitive environment for Windows Phone developers, helping them become more successful and build spectacular apps. They can win badges, experience points, level up by completing challenges and quizzes related to app development. Developers can also earn extra points and unlock greater opportunities by developing high-quality apps. 

When it was first launched, only developers from Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Kenya, Poland, the UK, the US, and Vietnam were given access to the program. However, that changed today. DVLUP's rewards program for mobile app developers is now available in 192 countries worldwide.

If you've been waiting to join DVLUP as a developer, it's now time. Members will get access to all of their global challenges as well as Rewards and Campaign opportunities to promote your Windows Phone, Nokia X, and Nokia Asha apps, along-with events to keep you updated with what's happening in the mobile world.

"We are extremely excited to help app developers all over the world in their journey to being successful. If you’ve got apps, we want to help you shine! DVLUP is free to join," Microsoft mentioned.

To get started, you can sign up here.

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