Ever had a great idea for a piece of software but didn’t know anybody in the industry that could build it? Well, thanks to Phill Ryu and a talented team of developers he’s put together, you may now have your chance. Today marks the launch of the My Dream App competition where people submit their ideas for shareware applications and the best 3 ideas become actual, working software.
A panel of judges will narrow the hundreds of ideas submitted down to the 24 most workable, and from there the general public will vote for their three favorites. We are pleased to announce that Gedeon Maheux and David Lanham have been invited to sit on the panel of judges along with Mac legends Steve Wozniak, Guy Kawasaki and best-selling author David Pogue, among others.
This “American Idol” of software promises to be a new and fresh approach to application development and we’re pleased to be able to contribute, even if only in a small way, to its success. Visit the official site for complete contest rules, submit ideas or for more information about the fantastic prize list including slews of iPods, Mac Minis and even MacBooks. Stay tuned folks!