Samsung Offers Prize Money Of 21.5 Crores For App Contest

Posted on May 9, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: |

Smart App Challenge 2012 will award prizes to 80 app developers for its GALAXY devices.
It’s a good time to be a developer. If you love developing smartphone apps, you definitely want to check out Samsung SmartApp Challenge 2012 . Thiscontest is a part of the Korean electronics giant’sendeavour to promote quality applications for the
GALAXY Tab and GALAXYNote . A prize money of $4.08 million (Rs 21.5 croresapprox.) will be given out to80 winning entries.
The contest is divided into two categories – SamsungApps Super Apps and
Best S Pen Apps (for theGALAXY Note). The formercategory will see 30 gamingand 30 non-gaming appstake away prizes, whereasthe latter will select 20prize-winning entries thatuse the S Pen ‘sfunctionality in “interestingand experiential ways” .
The contest is open to allmobile app developers,worldwide. You canparticipate by visiting the
App Challenge website andregistering your apps.


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