DriveSafe.ly 2.0, an app that aims to protect drivers from their own text-hungry fingers.
IDEAL Item ID, a free, open source, talking barcode reader and barcode maker that allows the visually impaired to identify things..
Line2, which adds a second number to your iPhone or Android phone.
ooVoo Multiparty Mobile Video Chat, a video chat service with both video and voice calling that can accommodate up to six people.
Pageonce Personal Finance, which allows you to stay atop many of your personal finance accounts and all from a single place.
Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite, a full-featured productivity suite to view and edit Microsoft Office documents.
Twonky Mobile, streams personal and online media from your Android phone to any Web-connected gadget or device.
SwiftKey, one of the smartest and swiftest predictive keyboards we’ve seen for a mobile device.
WebMD Mobile, which brings to the smartphone the medical resource site’s top tools, including its Symptom Checker, a comprehensive drug, supplement and vitamin treatment database, and essential first aid information.
December 3 to 14, 2014
Online voting for Semifinalists
December 15, 2014
Announcement of 25 Semifinalists and 10 Finalists
December 16 to January 7, 2015
Online voting for Online Winner
January 8, 2015
Live Mobile Apps Showdown at 2015 International CES (12:30 pm, Room N255, LVCC North Hall)
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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