07 Mar '11, 6am

PayPalX Challenge for Android developers: USD25,000! via @E27sg

Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Powered by WP Greet Box Android developers, perk your ears up: PayPal announced last Thursday, March 3, that it is now accepting Android app submissions for its PayPal X Developer Challenge. The contest would award cash prizes of $50,000 for innovative and secure Android mobile apps that leverage on PayPal technologies – such as Mobile Payments Library and Mobile Express Checkout – for mobile payments. Three prizes are up for grabs, with a grand prize of USD25,000 of PayPal credit, second prize of USD15,000, and third prize of USD10,000. Furthermore, the top three applications would get marketing and PR support from PayPal to publicize their app. PayPal, however, is vague on what they’re looking for in the winner: “We’re looking for something new, something surprising, ...

Full article: http://e27.sg/2011/03/07/paypal-dangles-50000-for-android...

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