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Who can enter the challenge?
Participation in the Challenge is open to students actively enrolled in educational institutions, regardless of discipline. The Challenge isn’t available in all countries worldwide. Please see the terms and conditions for more details.
How do I sign up?
You can register with this form. Registration for the Challenge opens January 28, 2016.
Can teams have more than 5 members?
Your team must have at least 1 and no more than 5 members. Unfortunately, we can’t make any exceptions to this rule.
Is there anything that can disqualify a team?
Do not enter any apps that were uploaded to Google Play or the App Store before the Challenge begins (January 28, 2016). Also, make sure that all of your team members are students (actively enrolled in an educational institution) when the Challenge begins. Finally, your app must comply with AdMob’s policies.
How can I communicate with other participants?
Where can I download a business report?
Where do I upload my business report?
In what languages can I submit my team’s business report?
In English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Traditional or Simplified Chinese, Korean, Japanese, or Indonesian.
Where is the Challenge happening?
The Challenge is open to teams from four regions: North America, Latin America, Europe Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific.
How can I find my AdMob Publisher ID?
Log into your AdMob account and go to Account Information. You’ll find your publisher ID on the Account > Account settings page.
How can I find my app store URL?
Open Google Play or iTunes, and copy the link from the app store page.
Are there other resources I can use for help?
You bet. Check out the following resources designed to help you design and build incredible apps.
Online classes taught by top instructors and industry experts. Access free courses and take them at your own pace.
- Android Development for Beginners
Learn the basics of Android and Java programming, and take the first step on your journey to becoming an Android developer.This is the recommended course if you are new to computer science or developing your first application.
- Developing Android Apps
This course is intended for students with at least 1 year of programming experience in Java or another object-oriented programming language (for example: C++, Objective C or Python).
- Product Design
This course is intended for students with a foundation in Computer Science. You should also have interest in design and some familiarity with the current entrepreneurship scene.
Google Codelabs provide a guided, tutorial, hands-on coding experience. Most codelabs will step you through the process of building a small application, or adding a new feature to an existing application. They cover a huge range of topics such as Android Wear, Google Compute Engine, Project Tango, and Google APIs on iOS.
Application Developers Alliance
The Apps Alliance is a non-profit global membership organization that supports developers as creators, innovators, and entrepreneurs. Membership includes a global network of more than 50,000 developers with diverse skills, expertise, and interests; and hundreds of companies that depend on and work with developers. Sign up here.
- App Strategy Workshops
Join industry experts and innovative startups, publishers, and developers to explore strategies to turn your app into a profitable business. Each App Strategy Workshop features panel discussions and concludes with a networking reception.
A tool for app developers to find curated content, events, and jobs.
- Android Development for Beginners
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