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Old 04-19-2012, 05:23 PM   #1
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[DEV] Sony offer: borrow Xperia phone to independent Android application developers


sony-device-loaner-program.png..and buy

"The Device Loaner Program was created with you, the developer, in mind. For the smaller studios and independent developers with limited resources, this is a perfect program to take advantage of. With it, http://lqcdn.thequestionsnetwork.net.../attach.gifyou can immediately borrow an Xperia™ smartphone for up to 30 days. The service is completely free, and initially aimed at the U.S. and Canadian market. If you’re a developer outside of these markets, please be aware that you’ll be paying for international shipping fees, plus applicable customs/duties for your particular destination."
Device Loaner Program and sign up.

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