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Android Developer Challenge 2 Application Review
Android Developer Challenge 2 Application Review
Published: 2009/09/24
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(French) Google Cloud Developer Challenge
(French) Google Cloud Developer Challenge
Published: 2013/10/02
Channel: Google Developers
GeoCam Android Developer Challenge Entry
GeoCam Android Developer Challenge Entry
Published: 2008/05/07
Channel: blocksom
Android Challenge Complete - The Conclusion ( Android vs iOS )
Android Challenge Complete - The Conclusion ( Android vs iOS )
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Bradley Morris
What is the Android Developer Challenge
What is the Android Developer Challenge
Published: 2017/08/01
Channel: GAUTAM MEDIA
(English) Google Cloud Developer Challenge
(English) Google Cloud Developer Challenge
Published: 2013/10/02
Channel: Google Developers
Android Developer Challenge - GAM Demo Cut 1
Android Developer Challenge - GAM Demo Cut 1
Published: 2008/04/13
Channel: Lucemia Chen
(Spanish) Google Cloud Developer Challenge
(Spanish) Google Cloud Developer Challenge
Published: 2013/10/02
Channel: Google Developers
Whizzes For Life - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
Whizzes For Life - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
Published: 2009/09/30
Channel: AndroidHD
The Bible in your Android - all versions and all translations - Android developer challenge 2
The Bible in your Android - all versions and all translations - Android developer challenge 2
Published: 2009/10/29
Channel: AndroidHD
CubeWorks - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
CubeWorks - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
Published: 2009/09/29
Channel: AndroidHD
Flash Of Genius SAT vocab - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
Flash Of Genius SAT vocab - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
Published: 2009/09/30
Channel: AndroidHD
Android Developer Challenge - GAM Slide
Android Developer Challenge - GAM Slide
Published: 2012/08/02
Channel: Lucemia Chen
Android Developer Tips - StatefulDrawables, HierarchyViewer
Android Developer Tips - StatefulDrawables, HierarchyViewer
Published: 2008/10/21
Channel: Android Developers
access bollywood - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
access bollywood - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
Published: 2009/09/30
Channel: AndroidHD
Google Android Developer Challenge Function JHB
Google Android Developer Challenge Function JHB
Published: 2011/05/11
Channel: androidza1
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PhotoFari for PayPal X Android Developer Challenge
Published: 2011/06/25
Channel: MadFrogDisease
Android Developer Challenge - GAM Demo Cut 2
Android Developer Challenge - GAM Demo Cut 2
Published: 2008/04/13
Channel: Lucemia Chen
News Reader android - BUZZ DECK - Android Developer Challenge 2
News Reader android - BUZZ DECK - Android Developer Challenge 2
Published: 2009/10/29
Channel: AndroidHD
Android Developer Challenge - GAM Demo Cut 3
Android Developer Challenge - GAM Demo Cut 3
Published: 2008/04/13
Channel: Lucemia Chen
Google Cloud Developer Challenge: An Overview of Accessibility.
Google Cloud Developer Challenge: An Overview of Accessibility.
Published: 2013/10/04
Channel: Rahman Oloritun
2016 DJI Developer Challenge Demonstration Video NSSC SuperEagles
2016 DJI Developer Challenge Demonstration Video NSSC SuperEagles
Published: 2016/05/03
Channel: SuperEagles Nssc
Google Apps Developer Challenge Office Hours
Google Apps Developer Challenge Office Hours
Published: 2012/06/12
Channel: Chukwuemeka Afigbo
Hand Writing for your android - mobilewrite -  Android Developer Challenge 2
Hand Writing for your android - mobilewrite - Android Developer Challenge 2
Published: 2009/10/21
Channel: AndroidHD
Xeeku Search - Android Developer Challenge 2 - App fast test - Round 1
Xeeku Search - Android Developer Challenge 2 - App fast test - Round 1
Published: 2009/09/30
Channel: AndroidHD
Presentation of Google Cloud Developer Challenge Finalists!
Presentation of Google Cloud Developer Challenge Finalists!
Published: 2013/12/05
Channel: Rahman Oloritun
Android Developer Story - Blacklight SW
Android Developer Story - Blacklight SW
Published: 2017/02/15
Channel: Google Developers India
Google Places API Developer Challenge
Google Places API Developer Challenge
Published: 2012/08/01
Channel: Google Developers
Winners of the Google Cloud Developer Challenge 2013
Winners of the Google Cloud Developer Challenge 2013
Published: 2014/01/29
Channel: Elizabeth Clark Cummins
cyPrint - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
cyPrint - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Apps fast test - Round 1
Published: 2009/09/30
Channel: AndroidHD
Android Developer Challenge 2 Application Review 1990 01 01
Android Developer Challenge 2 Application Review 1990 01 01
Published: 2013/07/08
Channel: JenniferTECH
BOOM (Android Developer Challenge)
BOOM (Android Developer Challenge)
Published: 2012/02/01
Channel: Erik Bolton
How to Solve Sudoku in 10s  - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Sudoku Camera
How to Solve Sudoku in 10s - Android Developer Challenge 2 - Sudoku Camera
Published: 2009/10/29
Channel: AndroidHD
Google Cloud Developer Challenge: VideoJots
Google Cloud Developer Challenge: VideoJots
Published: 2013/12/01
Channel: visualalgorithms
Google Cloud Developer Challenge 2013
Google Cloud Developer Challenge 2013
Published: 2013/10/21
Channel: Yahya El - Arabi
Google Chrome Application Developer Challenge (Education)
Google Chrome Application Developer Challenge (Education)
Published: 2014/11/03
Channel: Google for Education
Android Developer Soapbox - Easy For Java Developers, Build Desktop Widgets
Android Developer Soapbox - Easy For Java Developers, Build Desktop Widgets
Published: 2008/10/21
Channel: Android Developers
Android Developer Challenge - Wikitude (outdated video - please see newer versions)
Android Developer Challenge - Wikitude (outdated video - please see newer versions)
Published: 2008/04/18
Channel: joos2322
OpenPOWER Developer Challenge: Using NVIDIA GPUs on OpenPOWER
OpenPOWER Developer Challenge: Using NVIDIA GPUs on OpenPOWER
Published: 2016/07/13
Channel: OpenPOWER Foundation
Google Cloud Developer Challenge Info-Session
Google Cloud Developer Challenge Info-Session
Published: 2013/09/10
Channel: Rahman Oloritun
Android challenges
Android challenges
Published: 2015/03/20
Channel: Ms_Milliiee
NSSC SuperEagles: The 3rd Round Video of 2016 DJI Developer Challenge (1080P)
NSSC SuperEagles: The 3rd Round Video of 2016 DJI Developer Challenge (1080P)
Published: 2016/07/12
Channel: SuperEagles Nssc
GoSqueesh.com Demonstration for PayPal Developer challenge
GoSqueesh.com Demonstration for PayPal Developer challenge
Published: 2010/02/16
Channel: Steve Cooper
OpenSpaces Developer Challenge
OpenSpaces Developer Challenge
Published: 2008/06/27
Channel: alit1209
Watson Mobile Developer Challenge Q&A: Red Ant
Watson Mobile Developer Challenge Q&A: Red Ant
Published: 2014/06/13
Channel: IBM Mobile
Amazon DRS Developer Challenge - Hackster Contest - ReFILL-ament - Creating a new device for DRS
Amazon DRS Developer Challenge - Hackster Contest - ReFILL-ament - Creating a new device for DRS
Published: 2016/12/21
Channel: Abhijit Nathwani
FIRST DJI DEVELOPER CHALLENGE: SDK CREATIVITY
FIRST DJI DEVELOPER CHALLENGE: SDK CREATIVITY
Published: 2015/03/13
Channel: DJI
Google Cloud Developer Challenge: An overview of Google+ API
Google Cloud Developer Challenge: An overview of Google+ API
Published: 2013/11/08
Channel: Rahman Oloritun
Watson Mobile Developer Challenge Q&A: Majestyk Apps
Watson Mobile Developer Challenge Q&A: Majestyk Apps
Published: 2014/06/16
Channel: IBM Mobile
The Android Challenge Winner!
The Android Challenge Winner!
Published: 2012/08/11
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The Android Developer Challenge (ADC) was launched by Google in 2008, with the aim of providing awards for high-quality mobile applications built on the Android platform. In November 2009, the winners of Android Developers Challenge II were selected after two rounds of scoring by thousands of Android users as well as an official panel of judges. The overall winners of ADC II were SweetDreams, What the Doodle!? and WaveSecure.

History[edit]

Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications that run on Android-powered devices. Android Developer Challenge was a competition for the most innovative applications for Android. Google offered US$10 million in prizes, distributed between ADC I and ADC II.

All entries were judged by a panel of experts in the fields of mobile devices, cellular telecommunications, software development or technology innovation. Google selected the judges from the member organizations of the Open Handset Alliance, Google and mobile experts.

Android Developer Challenge I[edit]

The Android Developer Challenge was first announced in January, with submissions being accepted from 2 January to 14 April 2008. With participants from over 70 countries and a total of 1,788 entries, the ADC was an immediate success, and the Android Developers' blog reported a submission rate of 170+ submissions per hour on 14 April.[1]

Developers from the United States accounted for one-third of the total applications while the rest came from countries such as Germany, Japan, China, India, Canada, France, UK, and many others. The entries represented a diverse range of application areas, including games, social-networking applications, utilities and productivity and developer tools.

A panel of over 100 judges received judging packets and laptops that were preloaded with all the submissions, for a consistent, fair environment to judge the submissions. After three weeks of rigorous analysis, the judges released a list of 50 first round winners, who were then eligible to participate in the final round. These 50 most promising entries, announced on 5 May 2008, each received a $25,000 award to fund further development.[2][3] The finalists were then given a deadline of 30 June 2008 to submit their applications for the final round. The competition concluded with the announcement of ten teams that received $275,000 each, and ten teams that received $100,000 each.[4] The entire list of $275,000 Award Recipients, $100,000 Award Recipients, Finalists and Judges can be viewed here.[5]

Android Developers Challenge II[edit]

ADC II was announced on 27 May 2009.,[6] calling developers to submit their apps to one of ten specially-designated ADC II categories in August. The categories were:

  • Education/Reference
  • Games: Casual/Puzzle
  • Games: Arcade/Action
  • Social Networking
  • Lifestyle
  • Productivity/Tools
  • Media
  • Entertainment
  • Travel
  • Misc

Applicants were allowed to submit their applications to a single category only. The winners were selected after two rounds of scoring by thousands of Android users as well as an official panel of judges.

Eligibility[edit]

The ADC II contest was open only to applications that had not been made publicly available through the Android Market prior to August 1, 2009. Additionally, applications that were entered in the ADC I contest were ineligible for the ADC II contest, regardless whether they were winning apps. Similarly, updated versions of applications entered in the ADC 1 contest were ineligible for ADC II.

First Round, ADC II[edit]

In September 2009, users of Android-powered handsets that could access the Android Market were able to obtain a special ADC II judging application from the Android Market. With this app, they could download, test, and rank applications submitted to the challenge. Users choosing to participate in the review process downloaded submitted apps randomly and rated them along a number of criteria, resulting in a final score for each app. The results from this first round generated the top 20 applications in each of the 10 categories (200 apps total), which went into the second round. The first round of the ADC II closed on 6 October 2009.[7] The first-round winners were announced on 5 November 2009.

Second Round, ADC II[edit]

Voting for the second round opened on the same day and ended on November 25. Android users were able to download the final top 20 applications in each category and evaluate them in the same manner as during the First Round using the ADC 2 judging app. At the end of the voting period, applications in each category were ranked, with the community vote constituting 40% of the final judging score. Along with the public ranking, a team of Google-selected judges evaluated the applications. Their scores constituted 60% of the final score.

Google announced the top winners of ADC II on November 30,[8][9] with SweetDreams, What the Doodle!? and WaveSecure being nominated the overall winners of the challenge. Furthermore, 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes were awarded in each of the 10 categories.[10]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Android Developers Blog". Android-developers.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2010-05-19. 
  2. ^ Chen, Jason (12 May 2008). "The Top 50 Applications". Android Developers Blog. Archived from the original on 25 September 2009. Retrieved 2009-09-04. 
  3. ^ Brown, Eric (13 May 2008). "Android Developer Challenge announces first-round winners". Linux for Devices. 
  4. ^ "ADC I Top 50 Gallery". Android Developer Challenge. Retrieved 2009-05-19. 
  5. ^ "ADC I Top 50 Gallery - Android Developer Challenge". Code.google.com. Retrieved 2010-05-19. 
  6. ^ "Android Developer Challenge". Google Code. Retrieved 2008-01-11. 
  7. ^ Chu, Eric (6 October 2009). "ADC 2 Round 1 Scoring Complete". Android Developers Blog. Archived from the original on 1 November 2009. Retrieved 3 November 2009. 
  8. ^ "ADC 2 Overall Winners". Android Developer Challenge. Google. Archived from the original on 4 January 2011. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 
  9. ^ Kharif, Olga (30 November 2009). "Android Developer Challenge 2 Winners Announced". BusinessWeek. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 
  10. ^ "Android Developer Challenge". Code.google.com. Archived from the original on 23 June 2010. Retrieved 2010-05-19. 

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