Nokia announced the sale of Qt Digia by an undisclosed sum. The transaction included the business and software technologies related to the library. This was not the first time the two companies reached an agreement, because in March last year Digia bought commercial licenses for Qt.According to the press release, the first step of the European company will be Qt release on Android, iPhone OS and Windows 8. In addition, a group of up to 125 employees will be transferred to Nokia Digia. “We are eager to welcome the team Qt Digia. Adding this world class organization to our existing team, we plan to create an ecosystem of leading cross-platform development, “said the official report. It’s a very interesting move for Qt and its large community of users. This library is used by thousands of developers and companies around the world to create software like Skype, Google Earth, Virtualbox and KDE desktop environment, among many others. The launch is planned for September Qt5. “Nokia is proud of the contributions to Qt in the past four years. We are delighted to have worked with Digia to ensure the continued development of Qt by the current team, “said Sebastian Nyström, Nokia. According to the press release, the sites used to disseminate information about Qt will qt.digia.com and qt-project.org.