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The Qt Company Introduces a Unified Website and 20€/$25 Monthly Indie Mobile Package

We have a lot of news to share with you today.

In June 2014, we announced via a stock exchange release that a new company entity for Qt under the parent company Digia Plc. would be formed. Today, I am very happy to be able to announce the new name as “The Qt Company”. Sweet and simple.

With The Qt Company as a separate entity, we will be able to put more focus on our Qt business operations to better position our beloved Qt technology in the software industry. We will now begin to use “The Qt Company” as our umbrella to market and promote Qt. The Qt Company has been registered in all countries where we do business and have offices.

One Unified Site | www.qt.io

In addition, we are today also launching the first phase of our unified Qt web site that I talked about in my blog post a month ago. We are launching this new website under the new domain qt.io. This new website will serve as the main digital communication channel for everything relating to the Qt product. The plan is to combine the qt.digia.com and qt-project.org web pages and online communities into one happy Qt world. In this first phase, we have started to redirect traffic from qt.digia.com to www.qt.io. You will also notice that under www.qt.io/download we have unified our package download options where our open source and commercial versions can be accessed from one location. In the next phase, we are planning to begin to move over content from qt-project.org to link directly from the new site under the “Developer” section. More information on that transition will come soon.

Another thing to take note of is our fresh new design and layout, plus a slightly updated Qt logo, which I hope you will like as much as we all do. We put a significant amount of effort to make sure that we highlight all the great things about our technology. Our goal with the new web site was to convey a simple, yet powerful message to our varying target audiences as to why everyone should develop with Qt. I hope we succeeded.

A great new offering for Indie Mobile Developers

Many of you have been asking for it, and we have listened. On top of the new web site and company name, today, we are also releasing a brand new Indie Mobile package targeting Android, iOS and WinRT development. You get the Qt libraries, Qt Creator, a commercial license and full development and deployment rights to the Android stores, App Store and Windows Marketplace (Note: the package doesn’t include support, commercial add-on features or Qt Cloud Services). The new package is available for the price of 20€/$25 per month on www.qt.io. I hope this package will fill the needs of many of the independent developers in the community.

Qt 5.3.2 and Qt Creator 3.2.1

Finally, I would also like to mention that earlier today we did a Qt 5.3.2 and Qt Creator 3.2.1 release, rounding up the news we are having for today. Make sure to read those blog posts as well.

We hope that you have enjoyed our day of Qt announcements. Have a look at our new www.qt.io website and please let us know what you think. If you’re using Qt 5.3, make sure you get the update to 5.3.2. If you are an indie mobile app developer, you just have to grab our new Indie Mobile package. Download it now. We look forward to your comments.


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