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AT&T Open Call Contest
Do you think you have the next great mobile app? Would you like an opportunity to get your content in front of a panel of AT&T staff and experts? Well now is your chance! The AT&T Developer Program is hosting its annualOpen Call Contest at CTIA Wireless 2011, Orlando, FL, on March 23 and 24, and we want to hear about your exciting new mobile application or content. This contest gives you the chance to win a share of $40,000 in prize money and get your content or application out to more than 95 million AT&T wireless customers!
Choose Your Category
Enter your mobile application or content into one of four contest categories:
Gaming Platform: AT&T now supports the OpenFeint gaming platform. We are looking for games that capitalize on this platform—challenging, competitive games that demonstrate high performance, social integration, and monetization.
HTML5: In this track, we will review innovative Web-based applications that use HTML5. We want to take advantage of the HTML5-capable browsers that are now proliferating across Smartphones and that promise to be the wave of the future.
Social Good:AT&T wants to recognize developers who are creating applications for social well-being. In this track, we are seeking applications that are sustainable, focus on disabled or mature segments, or cover anything around the social good.
Open: This category is open to all entries. We would like to see applications that use native code but, remember, we welcome all app submissions in this category.
The deadline to submit your content or application is Midnight Pacific Time, March 1. The top developers will be invited to a second round of judging and will pitch to the panel of AT&T staff and experts at CTIA Wireless in Orlando. Enter now!
Recognition and Rewards
The winner of each category will:
Be awarded the coveted AT&T Open Call Award.
Take home a $10,000 cash prize.
Get potential exclusive go-to-market and promotion opportunities.
All participants must be present at the Awards Reception on March 24 in order to win.
Want more info?
Get contest details and rules, and submit your application or content now at http://developer.att.com/opencall
The AT&T Developer Program Team
Its been our experience that At&t tends to block any type of APP that circumvents their operating system. If you have some experience with this APP please let us know.
Slightly more than a third of all U.S. subscribers used a downloaded mobile application in November 2010–up 1.1 percentage points over the previous three-month period–according to digital research firm comScore. In addition, 67.1 percent of subscribers used text messaging services in November, up 0.5 percentage points, and 23.5 percent accessed social networks or blogs, a 1.0 percentage point increase. comScore adds that mobile gaming attracted 22.6 percent of the U.S. wireless audience, and 15.0 percent tuned in to mobile music services.
According to comScore, about 61.5 million U.S. subscribers own smartphones as of November, up 10 percent over the preceding three-month period and a figure certain to increase even more significantly following the recent holiday season. Research In Motion’s (NASDAQ:RIMM) BlackBerry operating system continues to lead the U.S. market at 33.5 percent of subscribers, but its dominance is shrinking rapidly, decreasing 4.1 percentage points over the previous three months. Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android is now in second overall at 26.0 percent market share (a 6.4 percentage points leap), edging past Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS at 25.0 percent (up 0.8 percentage points). Microsoft’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone fell further off the pace in November, sliding 1.8 percentage points to capture 9.0 percent of the U.S. smartphone market.