Nokia Publish Guides
Nokia Publisher Guide
Describes how to register as a Nokia Publisher, prepare content for Nokia Store, upload content, enter metadata that meets QA requirements, submit content to QA, review estimated revenue reports, and manage account users. The latest guide is available in English (HTML) and English (PDF). Localisations for the new version will be available later. The previous version of the guide is also available in these languages: العربية | Deutsch | Español | Français | Italiano | Português | Россию | 简体中文 | 繁体中文 | Việt.
Nokia Publish Library
Welcome to the Nokia Publish Library! Our aim is to help you quickly find what you are looking for. Now all documents related to Nokia Publish can be found in a single location. Many of the documents in the library are in HTML format although a few are available in PDF format only.
Top 10 QA Issues
You can greatly reduce the time it takes for your submitted content to progress from the Nokia Publish intake tool to the Nokia Store marketplace.
First, review the Content Guidelines, which describe our Quality Assurance (QA) requirements.
Second, review the most common reasons why submitted content still fails our QA reviews, and fix these known issues before submitting your content to Nokia Publish: Top 10 QA Issues (HTML), Top 10 QA Issues (PDF).
The Merchandising Guide, which describes how to market your content, has now been incorporated into the Preparing content section of the Publisher Guide. Review this section to find best practices for developing product icons, preparing screen shots, writing descriptions, and selecting searchable keywords.
An app update is a new version of an app that can introduce new features, enhancements, or bug fixes. Nokia Store now alerts consumers of updates to their apps and provides them with an easy path to installing the latest versions. Preparing apps for app updates describes how to ensure that notifications of your app updates can be pushed properly to consumers through Nokia Store.
These guidelines describes our QA requirements for Nokia Store content. They describe what we consider to be inappropriate, in areas like nudity, violence, religion, politics, intellectual property, and privacy. They also describe technical requirements for different content types, in areas like accepted file formats, maximum file sizes, operational requirements, and app signing. Version 1.4 is currently available in English, العربية, Deutsch, Español, Français, हिन्दी, Italiano, Português, Русский, 简体中文, 繁体中文, and việt.
Top 10 Support Questions
Do you ever wonder what happens to your app after you submit it to Nokia Publish? Are you curious about the status of your app, when it will appear in Nokia Store, your app download stats, and when you will get paid for apps that consumers pay for? Find answers to the Top 10 most commonly asked questions: Top 10 Support Questions (HTML), Top 10 Support Questions (PDF).
The Billing Matrix shows how a price point that you select for your Nokia Store content currently maps to local currencies in different regions. It also shows which price points are supported through credit card and local operator billing. Local price points represent approximate price; the actual price is determined by Nokia in accordance with operator and currency mapping.