Alex Willen, Developer Advocate at Box, posted the results for the CloudSpokes-powered Box Mobile Dev Challenge on the Box Blog this week and we wanted to share here to highlight some of the slick apps that have come out of this virtual hackathon:
The Box Mobile Dev Challenge has come to a close, and we’d like to thank everyone who participated. It was a huge success, with entries coming in from developers all over the world. The entries tackled a wide range of problems, from improving project management to simplifying interviews and making meetings run more smoothly.
Of course, we know what you’re waiting to hear – who won? Without further ado, here are our winners:
Grand Prize – Bizmo
The Box integration in Bizmo allows users to associate any item in Bizmo with a folder on Box. For example, Bizmo allows you to maintain a catalog of the products and services your company provides, and you can keep an info sheet for each item associated with its record in Bizmo. Box’s sharing capabilities are built into Bizmo, so those info sheets can be sent straight to customers from the app.
Bizmo wowed us with a deep integration that takes advantage of most of the features of Box in extremely useful ways. Commenting, tagging, and collaboration are all integrated into the app to make sure your content is not only accessible, but also easy to share with colleagues, partners, and clients. Great job, Bizmo team!
Second Prize – TouchDraw
If you use Box and need a professional quality drawing app, you simply can’t do better than TouchDraw.
We’d also like to congratulate the rest of the top 10, each of whom will be receiving a Motorola Atrix and Lapdoc courtesy of the fine folks at AT&T. They are:
Project Catalyst by Pieman Studios
Project Catalyst: Enterprise is a universal iOS team project management app, designed to allow tasks and projects to be organized, shared, and collaborated on from wherever users are, through mobile devices.
Helix Conference by Crucial Divide
Helix Conference is an Android app designed to help businesses use voice and video conference services effectively. In addition to streamlining the process of setting up conference calls, it also allows collaborative drawing and sharing of files, and it distills the information being presented into useful outlines.
Giggo’s Research on the Go provides real-time research while on the go throughout your day. It is an always-on research platform that works in the background and provides users the ability to initialize and consume research while on the go.
Gamooga by Kishore Annapureddy
Gamooga is an e-meeting app that allows users to collaborate in real time during their meetings. It allows users to connect to meetings from an Android device and easily share files with others in the meeting.
Call Trunk by Call Trunk
This application records phone calls using the Call Trunk cloud-based recording service, and its integration with Box allows users to copy their call recordings into their Box accounts.
WhatABox by Vikram Pant
WhatABox helps to make meetings run more smoothly by allowing users to easily provide all the information needed in an efficient, easy-to-consume way.
TheInterviewr by Roger Stringer
This is the iPhone app for TheInterviewr.com, a service that allows users to easily schedule and conduct interviews online, then store the recordings to Box. The mobile application allows access to most of TheInterviewr’s features while on the go.
SiloLinks by SiloLinks
SiloLinks allows users to curate links from the web, as well as secure, authenticated enterprise systems, and organize them into shareable topics.
Thanks again to everyone who participated, as well as our sponsors and judges, and congratulations to our winners!