devworx Announces the BlackBerry 10 Apps Challenge contest

By: Gizbot Bureau

devworx is conducting the BlackBerry 10 Apps Challenge in association with BlackBerry. The contest provides app developers from India a golden opportunity to participate and learn, apart from winning cool prizes.

The contest acts as a platform for programming geniuses to showcase their talents. All they have to do is develop apps for the new Blackberry 10 and be acknowledged by Blackberry. Exciting prizes are also in the fray from RIM and devworx.

The chosen apps will get listed in BlackBerry's App World. The rewards will be given based on the number of apps that have been submitted by the participants. On submitting two apps, the participant will get a gift voucher that is worth Rs. 1,200 along with three months' subscription of Digit.

devworx Announces the BlackBerry 10 Apps Challenge contest

If the participant submits around 3-4 apps, a voucher of Rs. 2,500 with a Cowon earphone will be awarded. Five to ten apps will return a BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and if the number of apps exceeds nine, the participant would get a BlackBerry PlayBook as well as a BlackBerry Developer Alpha prototype device.

There are several categories in which the apps can compete to become the best. The categories for apps are best HTML5 app, best AIR/Flash app, best native app and also best among Android Java apps. The categories for games are best HTML5 game, best AIR/Flash game, best among Android Java games and best cascades game.

Contestants who win in these categories can win prizes including BlackBerry Developer Alpha prototype device, a combination of BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, BlackBerry World Marketing and 1000 Jam reward points and also BlackBerry 7.1 smartphone.

Registration for the contest is free of cost with the contest ending on January 21, 2013. App developers can click here for more information regarding the BlackBerry 10 apps challenge.

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