Evernote has unveiled the six finalists for its Developer Competition.
Nearly 1000 developers entered the first ever Evernote Developer Competition. The finalists were selected based on these factors: finish and polish of the application, utility, originality and integration with the platform. Each will be awarded $5,000 for placing in the contest. The chosen finalists are:
The winner will revealed at the event — the Evernote Truck Conference — and will take home an additional $50,000 in cash. Evernote will also award two additional submissions with $10,000 each in the wildcard and student categories.
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