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Android Developers Challenge Judging app now in Android Market

September 24, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka

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Android Developers Challenge Judging app now in Android Market

The Android Developers Challenge Part Deux is finally in full gear. Google has updated the ADC2 voting application into the market, so Android users can download the app and give their input about entrants in the developers challenge.

The set-up is simple. Users download the ADC2 Judging app from the Market, which then notifies them that new apps are available for review. Moments after I installed the ADC2, it told me about Eleza, a professional service locator. After opening the app, users can then return to ADC to give their review based on the following categories:

  • Originality of concept
  • Effective use of the Android platform
  • Polish and appeal
  • Indispensability

If you want to skip an app, press Menu > Skip. Thanks to Deusivnictus for his awesomeness in helping point this out. You can get a look at the new submissions by downloading the ADC app.