As promised last January during Firefox OS App Days – Manila, each of the attendees (brave souls) who demoed their apps for Mozilla’s mobile OS will receive a Geeksphone Keon (Firefox OS Developer Preview) device one released.
I fulfilled this promise last night during a simple handover ceremony held at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (CBTL) Prism Plaza, Two E-Com Center, Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City.
Present during the event (held on short notice) were worthy Geeksphone Keon recipients:
- Noel Anonas
- Joell Lapitan
- Antonio Martinez
- Paul Ameer Jayme
- Mark Joseph Penaranda
- Kevin John Ventura
- Rofus Dela Cruz
Noel developed the “Bad Boy” game app, which lets the player trap the trash bags being thrown by the bad boys of the neighborhood.
Ever cheezy Joell (a Mozilla Rep from Laguna) developed a FLAMES (Friends, Lovers, Affectionate, Marriage, Enemies, and Sweethearts) app — remember your elementary school days?
Tony on the other hand presented a simple school registration system for mobile devices.
Paul Ameer (from Olongapo City) developed an app to hone one’s skills in typing on a mobile device. The app is aptly called QTT.
Marc Anthony (Paul’s colleague from Olongapo City) created a treasure hunt game called Grubin. This app features the different scenic spots and tourist attractions all over the Philippines.
Mark Joseph in the other hand created an app that lets users thrown random questions and will return answers from the program’s database.
Fellow Mozilla Rep (from Laguna) Kevin John started developing the app codenamed Tranzilla. The app aims to provide information for travelers, where other people can leave their tips and comments — sort of an opensocial travel network.
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