I’m always so impressed by the Apps For Good Awards entries, so I was pleased to see that the 18 finalist teams have been announced by the judges.
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All of the teams have been invited to a final Dragon’s Den style round of judging at the Barbican Centre, where the panel will select the winners on 23 June.
The winning teams then work with development agencies to launch their app on the market, with the support of Apps For Good and its sponsors.
Finalists are also up for the People’s Choice Award (PCA), which is decided through an online vote.
Winners of the PCA also have their app developed and launched to market. Voting for the PCA takes place on the Apps For Good website 11-23 June.
The Finalist teams are:
Connected Communities – Sponsored by TalkTalk
Fife College: GuideBook
Priestley College: Sweg Messenger
Shireland Collegiate Academy: Crime Time
Information – Sponsored by Thomson Reuters
Stratford Girls’ Grammar School: I’m Okay
Westfields Junior School: Epic Sleepover
Sutton Grammar School for Boys: Occasion Location
Learning – Sponsored by Samsung
Hymers College:Crypto Connex
Sutton Grammar School for Boys: MyStudio
The St Marylebone CE School: My Spelling Bee
My Planet – Sponsored by Thomson Reuters
Budehaven Community School: ShoreCast
Highgate Wood School: Water Works
Westfields Junior School: Wildlife Spotter
Wick High School: Chore Attack
Dr Challoner’s Grammar School: Accumulus
Runshaw College: You Snooze, You Lose Maze
Saving, Spending, Giving – Sponsored by Barclaycard
The Abbey School: Swapsies
The Wroxham School: Pocket Money Pig
Thornleigh Salesian College: Delicious