almost 9 years ago
The public voting period for the Evernote Devcup is in full swing!
Browse the Application Gallery and vote for your favorites daily until the voting deadline »
Your vote will help determine who takes home the People's Choice Award and wins the chance to pitch their app live on stage at this year's Evernote Trunk Conference.
Next steps for Devcup participants:
- Rally your network to vote! Send a personal email, add a link in your email signature/chat status, and spread the word via your social networks. Don't be afraid to get creative. (To ensure the integrity of the competition, no bots or other unfair/fraudulent voting practices please. See full details in the Official Rules to avoid being disqualified.)
- Make your app available for download. Let people try it out. Does the website listed on your submission include a link for people to download your app? Make it easy for the general public to access it.
- See what place your submission is in.* Click on your submission, and check out the Current Standings to the right of your video.
How often can I vote?
You can vote once per day per submission, and for as many submissions as you'd like.
If you have any questions about the Devcup, please email us at support@ChallengePost.com and include "Devcup Apps" in the subject line.
The Evernote Trunk Conference - Join us at ETC 2012!
Although the Devcup submission deadline has passed, we encourage you to keep working on your app. We'll be judging the version of your app that you submitted prior to the deadline, but the projects you have built will live beyond this competition and we want to share your apps with the Evernote community. If you're interested in meeting the Evernote team and connecting with other Evernote users and developers, please consider joining us for our 2nd annual developer & lifestyle conference, the Evernote Trunk Conference, which will be held on August 24th in San Francisco. We hope you can make it out!
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*Note: We will be fully investigating all votes before determining the winners. Just because a vote appears on the site does not mean it is an eligible vote. We check votes via a wide variety of criteria and are confident that any bad votes won't be counted. If you want to make sure we notice fraudulent votes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Bad Devcup votes" and include a link to the submission in question.