Chupamobile Launches a $45,000 prize App Developing Competition
|Richard Harris in Press Announcements Tuesday, December 10, 2013|
In our September issue, we talked about Chupamobile: a marketplace where developers can buy and sell iOS and Android apps source code. And to celebrate the growing mobile developer community, Chupamobile is launching a competition.
Chupamobile is looking for the best app source code projects of the year; creativity and hard work will be rewarded with a $45000 prize that will be offered to the 3 best mobile developers who’ll participate during this period.
Want to participate?
All iOS and Android games, full apps and components are suitable for entering the competition. The process is as simple as adding an item to the Chupamobile marketplace. If you are not already registered as an author on Chupamobile, don’t waste time and do it now on http://www.chupamobile.com/authorization/registerAuthor.
Go and submit your project now using competition2013 as one of the tags. Moreover, once approved, your item will be part of the Chupamobile marketplace and you’ll earn 70% revenue of every sale. A lot of mobile developers earn thousands of dollars every month by selling their app source code through Chupamobile!
Now, the last challenge but not the least:
We are delighted to give you another possibility to win. In fact, besides the three main winners, a Social Special Prize will make one of you win $500 cash. Just follow Chupamobile on Facebook or Twitter (or both!) and share the competition page with your followers using the hashtag #Chupamobile2013. You’ll automatically get the chance to win the $500 prize.
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