Google has announced the champions of its Android Developer Challenge. The Google Android Developer Challenge has ended and undoubtedly, it worked out well for developers, ten teams each got $275,000 awards and another ten received $100,000 apiece.
Almost all money-earning app is more useful than that, with even the less goal-oriented ones demonstrating more sophistication. For example, Rayfarla and TuneWiki focus on music, but incorporate all sorts of unique and specific elements such as virtual musical instruments and synchronized lyrics.
The other top earner starts with cab4me that supposed to simplify the process of finding a taxi. Others in the list are GoCart and CompareEverywhere are shopping aids, while Ecorio tracks users' carbon footprints. Life360 seems designed to distribute useful bulletins throughout a physical community.
On the other hand, Locale, which able to change our phone's settings based on conditions, such as location. No more switching from a ring-tone to vibrate and back several times a day, in other words, as we head to the office, go out and taking time for lunch, back to work, and then straight forward to the home again in the evening.
Interestingly, the final few $275,000 apps include PicSay that introduces an image editor, Softrace, a workout tool, and Wertago, which should assist users find friends and parties while they are out on the town. There are bunch of amazing apps there. Many onlookers are attracted enough to have committed to getting an HTC Dream and trying several of them.
Thank you for visiting SurayBlog