AppCampus was a mobile application accelerator program launched in 2012 as a collaboration between Nokia, Aalto University, and Microsoft. The program aimed to provide support and funding for mobile app developers worldwide, helping them build innovative and high-quality apps for the Windows Phone platform.
AppCampus offered financial support, ranging from 20,000 to 70,000 euros, to successful applicants. The program also provided mentoring, training, and resources to help developers build and launch their apps. In addition, AppCampus offered opportunities to attend networking events and pitch sessions with investors and industry experts.
The program was open to all types of mobile app developers, including startups, established businesses, and individual developers. The only requirements were that the app had to be innovative and have the potential for commercial success. AppCampus was particularly interested in apps that leveraged Nokia's technology, such as location-based services, imaging, and navigation.
AppCampus was a valuable initiative that helped support mobile app development and innovation. The program provided crucial funding and support to app developers, helping them turn their ideas into successful businesses. Although the program is no longer accepting new applications, its impact on the mobile app industry will continue to be felt for years to come.