Ding! The 2nd round of HTML5 App Challenge Begins!
The second round of the HTML5 App Challenge has begun! Developers, startups and app businesses can now submit their apps for the next round of the competition. The challenge is open to all developers, professionals or business startups with a functioning HTML5 app optimised for smart phones or tablets.
By submitting their HTML5 app to the competition, developers will have the chance to be among the first to use the AppsFuel Payment API, giving them the ability to start monetising their apps in supported territories, no matter where they are based.
The HTML5 App Challenge is a three-month online competition, ending December 20, with the next deadline for submission being November 26. Each month a winning app will be chosen via online voting. The overall winning app will participate in the prestigious Mobile Premier Awards, to be held in Barcelona in 2013.
To submit apps and find out more about the competition go to HTML5 App Challenge page.
For those of you unfamiliar with AppCircus, it’s the world’s largest travelling competition for applications. The event serves as a showcase for new app developers to premier their latest creations in front of mobile industry experts, angel investors and other developers. Since it began in 2010, there have been over 100 AppCircus events around the world in over 30 countries, with over 2,500 apps submitted.
If this is your first visit to this blog, you may not know that AppsFuel is a new marketplace – device and OS independent – featuring only top quality HTML5 Apps.
With AppsFuel, users will find it easy to browse categories, read reviews, find their favourite apps and share them on social media, knowing all their friends can use them, because AppsFuel apps work on any smartphone.
For developers, AppsFuel is an open and simple platform to use for distribution of mobile web applications and monetisation via carrier billing, an exclusive feature of AppsFuel.
By joining AppsFuel, developers will enjoy an unprecedented direct connection to their customers, always providing them the latest version, as well as the flexible payment options of carrier billing, soon to be available in more than 25 countries. What’s more, the “write once, deploy everywhere” nature of the platform will massively reduce the cost of creating, versioning and maintaining applications.