“Bada 2.0 Power App Race”:Participate to win $ 100,000

Bada 2.0 Power App Race-Participate to win $ 100,000The main ‘players’ operating system for mobile phones, or if you want a simple description, the software / interface that we see when we turn on such a device, are two: the iOS of Apple and Android of Google. Yet another “player” lurking in the corner and this is the environment “Bada”, developed internally by Samsung and as seems likely, although the company uses Google’s Android to multiple devices, it appears that it continues to warmly to evolve its operating system, while to attract the attention of programmers everywhere, organizes a special contest. The competition, “Bada 2.0 Power App Race” through the website developer.bada.com, offering developers worldwide the opportunity to participate and win up to $ 100,000. 

The contest is held for the second consecutive year, will officially launch the operating system Bada 2.0 application developers for mobile phones, inspiring them to create new applications using Vada 2.0 SDK (software development kit – a set of programming tools, software development). A total of ten applications, including applications for five games and five applications of varying content, to distinguish a bonus prize worth $ 1,000,000 in total. 

In addition, the winning applications will receive the distinctive ‘Power App’ application store in the company (Samsung Apps), having exclusive privileges marketing and promotion. Also, the winning applications are emphasized by the general public, as sales to determine the outcome. The first ten applications to achieve 100.000 downloads will emerge as the winners of the competition applications. Developers interested in participating in the contest must be entered directly into web developers bada until December 31, 2011. The emdiaferomenoi can participate in the contest with more than one application.More information and contest results.

Source: http://developer.bada.com/


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