The XDA Pebble Developer Challenge Voting Has Begun!

The XDA Pebble Developer Challenge Voting Has Begun!

Back in mid-late July (gosh, that seems a long time ago now!), we announced that we had paired up with Pebble to offer developers the opportunity to #MakeAwesomeHappen, and be in with the chance of winning a trip to Mountain View, CA, to meet up with Pebble at their Annual Developer Retreat. XDA and Pebble went through every single one of the proposals sent in by developers – we had a tough time selecting the finalists – but in the end we had to whittle down 95 brilliant entries to 20. Those 20 finalists were selected based on the innovation and originality shown in their proposals.

Now it’s down to you! XDA and Pebble will each be selecting a winner, but the third winner will be selected by a vote of you, the users of XDA. Take a look through the competition entries below, and make your selection wisely. You can only vote once. The voting begins now, September 8, 2014 @ 10a PST, and ends at 1pm September 12, 2014.

Regarding the voting, there is a limit of one vote per person. Any votes by accounts registered after Monday 8th September at 00:00 UTC will not be counted (to prevent the creation of duplicate accounts for voting). Apply common sense here – feel free to share the contest with others, and suggest they vote, but don’t spam, be a nuisance, or break the law, or try to do anything unethical.

The full terms and conditions for the contest are available at Pebble’s website.

Without further ado, here are the competition entrants, in a randomly selected order (thanks, random.org), and yes, we know that this list doesn’t add up to 20. The below are the only ones who met all of the criteria as set forth in the Contest Rules.

Thanks to all who submitted their work, and we look forward to seeing who the Grand Prize winners are!

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Developer Admin at xda-developers, interested in everything in mobile and security. A developer and engineer, who would re-write everything in C or Assembler if the time was there.