The Creative Bloq App Generator Contest was sponsored by Windows 8 and was a chance for UK developers to be recognised for their excellent work. I was very pleased that my app Font Picker was one of the top ten winners, particularly because of the high quality of the other winners. Here are the all the winners of the contest.
Grand Prize Winner
Didlr – Rich Holdsworth
Didlr lets you draw and share your pictures.
Top ten prize winners
These are in no particular order, except I'm biased so mine is at the top.
Font Picker – Richard Garside
Font Picker is an app for designers that makes trawling through your fonts a joy and means you'll always find the perfect font for your project.
Interference – Nathan Beardmore
Interference is a game that mixes Chinese Whispers with doodling in a wonderfully addictive way. More fun than you can doodle a stick at.
Tune Up – Anthony Wieser
Tune Up is a simple effective app for tuning your guitar or any other music instrument you have round the house.
My Study Life – Jamie Clarke
My Study Life is a planner for student, teachers and lecturers who want to organise their hectic academic lives.
Human Encyclopedia – André Barbosa
The Human Encyclopedia is a guide to the human body with interactive 3D models.
GetAbout.Me – Mark Bridgett
GetAbout.me is a social media monitoring tool that helps you discover what people are talking about.
Pepper – David Hamilton
Pepper is a social app for discovering, sharing and interacting with live music events.
Study Planner – Dominic Ayre
Study Planner is an organising app for students that keep track of their timetable and homework.
Album Flow – Crispin Hoult
Album Flow lets you browse through your music collection as if you were flipping though LPs in a record store.
Visual Snippet Library – Russell Archer
Visual Snippet Library allows you to open-up your Visual Studio code snippet library so you can quickly browse, search, view, edit and create snippets.