Add some sweet tunes to your existing Windows Phone app and you could win a Nokia Lumia device of your choice, Nokia gear and much more in the Nokia Create Mini Mission 4 . Need some inspiration? Check out these great apps already in Windows Phone store that are powered by the Nokia Music API .
|Burton includes Tune-up play lists
||adidas miCoach provides easy access to user’s music during work outs
|Song Freaks is a trivia game based on the user’s favorite tunes
||Music Scene lets users learn more about the origins of bands in their collection
What’s this “ … and more” we mentioned?
We mentioned that your upgraded Windows Phone app could win you a Nokia Lumia device of your choice … and more. 10 winners will walk away with the Lumia phone and gear. One of those winners also scores:
- A Monster Purity Pro headset so you can fully experience the audio splendor you created using Nokia Music API.
- A special money-cannot-buy prize.
- 12 month Nokia Music+ subscription.
- 1,000 EUR credit on PubCenter or similar to run a campaign to promote your app.
- 2,000 DVLUP XPs
- One full week’s promotion on App Social
- Promotion for your app on Nokia Music social media channels.
- Promotion of your skills to other developers via our Nokia Developer channels.
- Your app will be one of the 15 considered for the Grand Prize, which would get you a host of amazing prizes valued at over 40,000 EUR
But even if you are not chosen as one of the winners, you could still get 200 DVLUP XPs just for completing the Mission .
Getting started on your Music Mini Mission is easy.
- Check out this info on the Nokia Music API:
Lumia App Lab: Using the Nokia Music Windows Phone APIs
Session from Build 2013
More info about the API
More info about Nokia Music
- Upgrade your existing app using the Nokia Music API and make sure your upgrade is public in Windows Phone Store by 31 October.
- Enter your app in the Nokia Create Mini Mission and you could win!
Hurry, your updated app needs to be in Windows Phone Store by 31 October!
Learn more about Nokia Create and other Missions here
Nokia Create Mini Missions 1 and 2 – Image & Photo and NFC, respectively, were closed for submissions last night.
However, we don’t want you to rest on your laurels, so today we are announcing 3 new Missions:
Every day from now until the close of Mini Missions 1 & 2 (Sept 30, 11:59pm PST), we are giving you the opportunity to get your hands on some sweet, sweet bundles of Nokia swag. We’ve got Nokia Developer backpacks, jackets, and Nokia Create t-shirts that we know you’re already craving.
Following the successful imaging-focused Nokia Future /Capture Hackathon, we bring you a new, broader app development competition for Nokia Lumia and Windows Phone 8.
Nokia Create is your chance to win a host of prizes that will help you and your apps stand out. Prize packages include trips to events, devices, promotions, credit for ad campaigns, and more.
So how do you get involved? Read on to find out more…
The winners of our Future/Capture competition were announced this past weekend in Lund, Sweden, where10 teams took part in the exclusive 27-hour Hackathon and transformed their ideas into working Windows Phone applications.
Here’s the introduction to our two final Nokia Future/Capture hackathon entrants, Rahat Yasir and Chris Mack.
Along with the other 8 teams that we’ve profiled in the last few weeks, they will be coding this weekend in Lund, Sweden, bringing their imaging apps ideas for Nokia Lumia 1020 to fruition. They are in for a chance to win the grand prize of a trip to an upcoming Nokia event, a Nokia Lumia 1020 and promotions for their creation. Stay tuned via @nokiadeveloper Twitter to find out how the event unfolds.
Here’s the penultimate installment introducing the lucky developers who will be joining some of the Nokia Imaging Team at our Nokia Future/Capture hackathon in Lund, Sweden in September. Want to find out about the apps they’ve developed before, what they’re most looking forward to or even get a sneak peek at what they’ve got planned for the hackathon? Read on to get the inside track on Ramon Pastor and Eddie Kezeli (and his teammate).
Here’s the third installment introducing our Nokia Future/Capture developers who will be attending our hackathon in Lund, Sweden. Read on to discover more about the hackathon entrants, what they know about Sweden and their past development experience. Please say hello to Jason Podwojski and Mac Morrison!
After introducing the first two developers who will be attending our Nokia Future/Capture hackathon in Lund, Sweden, here’s your chance to find out a little more about two more of the developers who will bringing their submissions to life at the hackathon. Read on for your introduction to Niklas Hösl and Rudi Chen.
Over the next two weeks, we’ll be introducing all 10 of our Nokia Future/Capture Hackathon entrants right here on the Nokia Developer blog. We’ll be interviewing them to discover all sorts about them, form their previous development experience, why they wanted to get involved in the hackathon, to what they know about Sweden. Read on for the first introduction to Lars Klint and Matt Cavanagh.