Call for judges

Help select the world’s best tablet apps

The Tabby Awards – the global competition for best tablet apps – is looking for judges to review the best apps and games for the iPad, Android and Windows tablets.

Regardless of where you are located, if you are a tablet app developer, designer, project manager or publisher, or have direct knowledge about tablet app development, consider joining our panel of judges. (We will also offer a few spots to consumers who are heavy tablet app or game users on our consumer app panel, and to business people and professionals on our business app panel.) If you are selected, you will be asked to review a certain number of apps and games and to rate them on a dozen criteria, over a 4 to 6 week period, through a private online platform.

Why you should consider becoming a judge

Becoming a Tabby Awards judge is a unique opportunity:

    • to be exposed to the very best tablet apps in the world (you’ll get free promo codes to paid apps) and to experience the latest trends in app development;
    • to network with top app developers, designers and publishers;
    • to get recognition as an industry leader and promoter;
    • and, most importantly, to contribute to excellence in the tablet app development field by helping select and celebrate the very best apps.

If you are interested in drawing the future of tablet apps, please fill out a simple judge application form and tell us briefly why you think you’d be a good judge, what tablet you can use to review apps and what kind of apps (consumer apps, games or business apps) you are interested in reviewing.

(The opening of the app submission process for the 2015 consumer app and game competition will be announced in early 2015 -if you want to be alerted, sign up for our mailing list- but you can apply to be a judge now.)

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