Will Verduzco · Jan 6, 2014 at 03:00 pm

Announcing the Winners of Our Poweramp Giveaway Contest!

You may remember that just under two weeks ago, we held a fun contest asking users to share their funniest tech-related stories. Well, the contest has now been over for some time, and we would like to announce the 25 winners, as voted by our readers!

  1. fepdzu with 131 upvotes
  2. Ayush Singh with 100 upvotes
  3. najodleglejszy with 71 upvotes
  4. Da Avenger with 66 upvotes
  5. gtaguitar7596 with 65 upvotes
  6. Paradoxxx with 49 upvotes
  7. cybojenix with 48 upvotes
  8. dnmmx with 43 upvotes
  9. Dark Wraith with 28 upvotes
  10. enfxuevsi with 19 upvotes
  11. yummyxyz with 17 upvotes
  12. Scattered Osyx with 15 upvotes*
  13. WC with 14 upvotes*
  14. GreyGhostRos with 13 upvotes
  15. PcFish with 13 upvotes
  16. Ricardo Faria with 12 upvotes*
  17. Lostboy2909 with 11 upvotes
  18. InkSlinger420 with 11 upvotes
  19. gipsyblade with 9 upvotes
  20. Sandeep_Jagtap with 8 upvotes
  21. Walter.White with 8 upvotes
  22. Иван Блинов with 7 upvotes*
  23. Vepaot with 4 upvotes
  24. scoobdude with 4 upvotes
  25. BrianXP7 with 4 upvotes

Congratulations to our winners, and many thanks to the Poweramp team and to everyone who entered! Winners with XDA-linked Disqus accounts will receive a PM from me in the coming minutes asking for your Google Play Email address that I will pass along to the Poweramp team.

* Please note: The four users listed above with asterisks did not have their Disqus account linked with their XDA account. If you are one of these four and you wish to redeem your prize, please leave a comment here in this article from the Disqus account you used to enter the content stating your XDA user name (must have been created at least one month before the contest). If these go unredeemed by Friday, I’ll proceed to move down the list for potential winners.


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Will Verduzco

willverduzco is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Will Verduzco is the Portal Administrator for the XDA-Developers Portal. He has been addicted to mobile technology since the HTC Wizard. But starting with the Nexus One, his gadget love affair shifted to Google's little green robot. He is also a Johns Hopkins University graduate in neuroscience and is now currently studying to become a physician. View willverduzco's posts and articles here.
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