AppCircus, the online website and human development service basically interested in helping you develop and showcase your created application while giving you the necessary support and backing to help you make it the next big thing recently ran one of its trademark programmes in Lagos State, Nigeria, of which winners have been decided.
The winners were selected by a collection of online personnels that made up the jury made the final list of nine out of a possible twenty-two candidates that had already submitted their proposals too.
The winners, as well as their created applications (in parentheses) are Adetunji Adelakun (Scantranx POS), Boneri Saborogha (BrainFriend), Josh Okezuo (Koko for Messenger), Felix Rwang-Dung (Ask an Expert Live Chat), Ayodeji Ogunnubi (Campus Pal), Akinwale Oye-Lawrence (Swap Naija), Francis Osifo (Verge POS), Olukayode Abiba (Kunku) and Femi Abioye (RouteBuzz). These individuals would be expected to pitch their apps which have been designed to work on the Android platform on the final day of the event in the front of a jury that is yet to be announced. The winner in this final stage thus gets a shot at pitching their Android app at the next edition of the Mobile Premier awards which is set to hold next year, 2016.
On it’s official blog, AppCircus wrote:
All App Developers from different categories such as: games, sports, business, eating, and many more are invited to participate and submit their apps to have the opportunity to pitch on stage, network with top companies & celebrities; and win a lot of prizes including:
A direct slot to present at the Mobile Premier Awards 2016, to pitch their app at the biggest app show on earth during Mobile World Congress 16 in Barcelona!
A paid Air Ticket to Barcelona and ticket to Mobile World Congress 2016 – Intel® Software brings devs to Barcelona!
Another round of 16 developers had their app meet certain criteria that had been put forward by Intel and as such would be provided flight tickets to Barcelona, which also features a 3-day pass to observe the Mobile World Congress.