Clixtr turns smartphones into smartcameras by leveraging location-based technologies and the rapidly improving quality of camera phones. Clixtr users create events, upload mobile photos, and, for the first time ever, create rea...
Poynt is an all-in-one, easy-to-use, local search application for the BlackBerry. Poynt enables users to discover the local area around them and begin connecting with businesses, retailers, and events.
Aha improves your driving experience by keeping you informed about the world around you while you are on the road. Our company built the first driver-to-driver network that connects drivers to live traffic reports from each oth...
iCurfew is an easy way for kids and parents to check in with each other remotely. Kids use iCurfew to send a link to a Google map that uses GPS to indicate their exact location. Kids can then add a message like "Running late" o...
Geodelic is a free application that browses your surroundings. It lets you swipe through locations on your iPhone or Android phone to quickly find anything from a java joint to a dry cleaner or cash machine.
CallSpark is about enhancing the call experience. The app delivers real-time content from social networks, location-based search, reviews, and listed public information before, during, and after every call.
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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