The HTML5 App Challenge announces the winner of the second round!
The HTML5 App Challenge, launched by AppCircus and AppsFuel to find the best apps written in HTML5, the programming language that will power many of tomorrow’s mobile web applications, has announced the winner of its second round: the mobile web app created for journalism.co.uk. This app, developed by Webcrumbz, greatly improves the experience of readers on their tablets or smartphones by letting mobile users swipe through the main categories to find and share their favourite articles quickly.
The app Contactery also won special recognition in this month’s results. Contactery allows users to connect with the best local businesses just as if they were browsing their address books.
Both apps are now available on the AppsFuel store.
The next round of the HTML5 App Challenge has already begun, and developers, startups and app businesses can now submit their apps for the December competition.
By submitting their HTML5 app to the HTML5 App Challenge, 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 themselves are based.
The HTML5 App Challenge is a three-month online competition, with the final deadline for submissions falling on December 20. Each month a winning app is chosen via online voting. All winners of the HTML5 App Challenge receive free hosting for their app, as well as design support and global visibility. 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 the HTML5 App Challenge page.