WINNER! Our smartphones have turned us into pretty dumb people when it comes to paying attention while we drive. DriveSafe.ly was one of the first apps to try to protect drivers from their own text-hungry fingers.
TOP 25 WINNER! The Weather Channel has become of those "xerox-like" phrases: a specific brand that describes the action. Now, the Weather Channel mobile application extends the paradigm to on-the-go mobile consumers. Stating th...
The ultimate front-end interface for Smartphones! With a tab-based design, Facade brings all vital phone and agenda information to one front-end display. Accessible each time you power on your device! Facade is the number 1 bes...
You can now listen to all the stations from the Livio Radio -- the Pandora-streaming, WiFi radio -- in your car on your iPhone. Livio's soon-to-be-released iPhone app features the first ever "direct tuning" of over 16,000 radio...
TeleNav GPS Navigator transforms mobile phones into full-featured personal navigation devices. The service includes full-color, 2D or 3D maps with voice and onscreen turn-by-turn driving or walking directions.
Vringo is a video-sharing community that allows you to find or create video ringtones (or Vringos) and then share them with your friends' phones. You choose the clips you'd like your friends to see, and they choose the clips th...
MOBILE APPS SHOWDOWN
LVCC, North Hall
Competition: January 8, 2015, Room N255
The Mobile Apps Showdown is a fast-paced contest where contestants submit new apps. Both the audience and a panel of live judges are asked to weigh in on the apps based on “most likely to succedd” criteria. For the months leading up to 2015 CES, we’ll be presenting the contestants to you. You can try the apps, watch demos, make your feelings known, and ultimately vote on a winner. We’re platform agnostic, so if it’s mobile, it’s in the competition.
The top ten apps will join us at 2015 CES for an action packed event hosted by Jon Hein from the Howard Stern Wrap Up Show.
Robin Raskin, creator of the Mobile Apps Showdown, will be there to emcee events.
By the end of this year, nearly 50 billion apps will have been downloaded. Only you know which ones are the keepers.
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