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Forum Nokia Remote Device Access Services Expand to Include Perfecto Mobile's Nokia Handset Cloud

Cloud-based Service Helps Developers Accelerate and Better Prepare Applications for Nokia OVI Store Submission

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL -- (Marketwire) -- 11/10/10 -- Perfecto Mobile, a leader in automated testing and monitoring of mobile applications, today announced that the Nokia Handset Cloud is now part of Forum Nokia's Remote Device Access services. Perfecto Mobile's service allows developers to pre-certify their applications for the Nokia Ovi Store. This testing activity includes the validation of mobile applications on real Nokia devices as well as through the Nokia device browser.

Remote device access services enable developers and testers located anywhere in the world to test their applications on live devices via the Web, saving valuable time, money and resources. The Perfecto Mobile Nokia Cloud provides secured advanced tools for regression testing, application validation and monitoring, enabling developers to access more than 200 Nokia devices and execute live test cases with major carriers in the U.K., France, U.S., Canada, India and Israel.

The main features of Perfecto Mobile's 100 percent Web-based service include installing applications on devices, transferring files, analyzing log files, capturing digital screenshots, executing power cycles, and real-time video collaboration between testers, developers and customers. Additionally, the service, which enables swift support of newly launched devices, offers integrated Symbian Signed and Java Verified test flows to help developers prepare their applications for a successful Nokia Ovi store submission.

"Our Nokia Handset Cloud not only offers developers a simple approach to test their applications across any number of scenarios on multiple devices and any operating system, but also to significantly improve the test process, making OVI submission much quicker and easier," said Eran Yaniv, CEO of Perfecto Mobile. "We observe a strong trend of developers and enterprises worldwide demanding practical and reliable testing solutions to meet complicated testing needs like automation, security and test management system integration. As part of Forum Nokia Remote Device Access services, we are enabling developers to meet their specific needs and requirements as they work with dozens of the most popular Nokia handset models. Our inclusion in this service validates the Perfecto Mobile platform as an important and innovative solution for any developer wishing to successfully launch an application or mobile website."

To learn more about Perfecto Mobile's Nokia Handset Cloud and to sign up for a free trial, please visit http://www.perfectomobile.com/portal/cms/Services/nokia.html. For a limited time offer, developers can take advantage of the Perfecto Mobile Nokia 20 Pack, which provides extra development time at a discounted price.

About Perfecto Mobile

Perfecto Mobile is a global leading provider of remote access and automated testing solutions for mobile devices. Perfecto Mobile's Handset Cloud service enables developers and testers, located anywhere in the world, access via the Internet to a comprehensive range of the latest mobile handsets. Users can use the Perfecto Mobile handsets to develop, test, deploy and monitor their mobile applications and services.

Perfecto Mobile provides its public and private Mobile Handset Cloud in the U.S., Canada, U.K., France, Germany, Switzerland, Israel, and is expanding to more countries. Among its customers are Vodafone, Swisscom, Motorola and additional leading operators in North America and Europe, as well as some of the most important handset manufacturers and enterprises.

For further information about Perfecto Mobile remote testing services, please go to http://www.perfectomobile.com. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and our blog to get real time updates.

Cathy Caldeira
Metis Communications
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