Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Android Developer Challenge 2 Winners


Have news from Google. The ADC 2 (Android Developer Challenge) Winners has been announced. From the site, it is announced that the winners were selected after 2 rounds of scorring. First Round, Applications submitted were scored by Android Users, and the second round scored by Official Panel Of judges.

Here are the overall winners :

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    SweetDreams
    SweetDreams is a revolutionary tool that will finally allow you to go to sleep without worrying about changing your phone settings in order to avoid unwelcome late night calls. You can even use those inactivity periods to save battery power as well, and of course forget about enabling WiFi, Bluetooth or ringtones volume every morning again. Thanks to SweetDreams activation filters all those settings will be automatically determined based on time, location and even other parameters such as sounds near the phone or movement!!! All of that is available for you in the same really easy to use application. Just set your filters and SweetDreams will do the job for you.
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    What the Doodle!?
    'WTD!?' is a real-time online multiplayer game where one player tries to draw out a given phrase and others try to guess it. Features FFA and Team games, Global Highscores, Personal Face Doodles, integrated Voice Recognition and more! Real-time drawing!? Built for performance, you'll really see the magic at first doodle!
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    WaveSecure
    WaveSecure is the an innovative security product that provides users with complete mobile device and data protection. It enables users to remotely lock down and track down lost phones, get a copy of their data securely backed up, and remotely wipe data of the phone to protect user privacy. WaveSecure has been selected by leading Global brands such as Nokia as their preferred choice of mobile security service for premium S60 users in India and is one of the highest revenue generating Value-Added-Service (VAS) with the lowest churn in SingTel. tenCube has been selected as one of the Top 100 Tech startups in Asia by Red Herring and one of six Asian Innovators by Wall Street Journal; WaveSecure has also received numerous industrial recognition including the Mobile Monday Peer Awards in Singapore and is nominated a finalist in GSMA’s Asia Mobile Awards 2009.

Complete list of winners can be seen at this link.

Overall, Congratulation to you all the winners!
and Congratulation to you all, who have studied and still been trying to understand How to create good application in Android.

Let's Study Together!

9 comments:

cheewee said...

Hi all,
As a giveback to Android users who supported and made tenCube's ADC win possible, we are offering an unlimited free lifetime account for Android users.

Just download WaveSecure from Android Market before 31st Jan 2010 to enjoy a free WaveSecure service for as long as you use that Android device.

It's our way of saying thank you. Do spread the word to other Android users so they can benefit from it, too!

Don't forget to join us on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/wavesecure

Thanks,
cheewee
Team WaveSecure

learner said...

Hi cheewee,

Thanks for your comment, and congratulation for being a winner!

Hope Other readers will know your comment and your offering.

Hope you and your team always be success.

cheewee said...

Hi learner,
You are welcome. Btw, just wanted to point out that there is a type in the article title. It should be Android instead of Andraoid. :-)

learner said...

Thanks cheewee,
I have corrected the title, but for the url link, i don't know how to correct it. But i think it will remind me to be carefull when typing in the next topics. :)

Ethan Hunt said...

No many articles here....
I though this would be good place to start learning about Android but i was hugely disappointing!!!

Helen said...
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Helen said...

Hello, it's been a while since we saw your last post and was wondering if you are ok.

Would like to see you post again soon.

Take care
Helen Neely

Amit said...

I am quite interesting in this topic hope you will elaborate more on it in future posts.
mba

Vamsi said...

Hi,
I have a small question. "Can we capture the events like button click and entered text in edit text through another application (not in the same activity using onClickListener, onKeyListener and etc...)" I want to write an test application for an activity. Please suggest me.

Thanks,
Vamsi.