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Google announce the 2nd AdMob Student App Challange

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Are you a Student? Do you have an awesome app idea? Do you actually know how to make that app? If you can answer yes for all 3 of these questions then Google is calling to you, get your team together. Google’s AdMob division has announced their second Student App Challange, and the overall winner gets a trip to the Googleplex in Mountainview California to hang out at Google for a day.

In Google’s own words “To win the challenge, you’ll need to build a great app (either Android or iOS) and create a sound business plan that shows how you managed the project, gained users, and leveraged AdMob to make money.” The competition will take the form of 3 rounds with the regional finalists from the 4 international regions (North America, Latin America, Europe Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific) will duke it our for the final winners prize.

The winning team will receive:

  • An all expenses paid, week-long trip to San Francisco
  • A featured spot on the Google Play Store
  • A promotional video starring you and your app
  • A healthy amount of Google schwag, including a new Google device

In addition to the grand prize, the finalist from each of the four global regions will receive Google devices and see their app featured on the AdMob website.

If you think you’ve got what it takes to develop an app and monetize it on either Android or iOS then get your team together, head on over to the registration page and sign up. Good Luck you’ve got until 28 June 2016 to meet all of the criteria.

Are you entering? Let us know below.

 
Source: Google.

Duncan Jaffrey   Journalist

Duncan has been interested in technology since coding "Mary had a little Lamb" in Basic on his ZX Spectrum. A fan of all things Android, most days you'll find Duncan trawling the web for Android news or quietly editing away on Map Maker.

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