May 01 AT 11:56 PM Taylor Wimberly 15 Comments

Android app review contest winners

I never thought when we started our App review contest that so many people would participate. Thank you to everyone who submitted a review. We were not able to publish every submission that came in (a lot didn’t follow the format, or required too much editing), but we still managed to post close to 100 reviews.

If your review was not published, we will still be going through some of the late entries and contacting those people if they go up. Since so many people enjoyed writing reviews, we are going to keep accepting submissions in the future and coming up with new prizes to encourage participation.

To browse through some of the reviews that came in, check out our Android apps hub. This section of the site is going to get some major love soon, but I’ll save those details for later.

Winners are after the break.

Request an Android app review contest winner

The randomly selected winner of the request a review contest is Carlos Gonzalez who suggested the app NBA Gametime. Congratulations and enjoy your free Verizon Motorola Droid.

App review contest winner

When I started this contest, we were looking for two people who wanted to review apps. I said the winners would be selected at the beginning of May, but I’m only announcing one tonight. The second winner will be selected after we spend a few extra days to make sure we thoroughly review all the entries and talk it over with our team.

The first winner of the review contest is Anthony Domanico who submitted close to a dozen entries. I said we were looking for someone to become a regular reviews editor and he impressed us with his activity (entries, comments, tweets) throughout the entire contest period. For being selected as a winner, Anthony will receive the Android phone of his choice and we will be extending an invitation for him to join our team.

Look for the second winner to be announced next week.

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