We have reported on the Appbackr's challenge before. Simply put: They award money for HTML5 applications that can be sold (and used!) throught the TizenStore. As we have had some questions about it, here's the process described more clearly. If you want to know the nitty-gritty you can go to the link: View full rules
High Score (100) gets the applicant $100 and lower scores get lower prices ($50 or $25)
It doesn't realy matter if your a genius yourself or a Fellowship of HMTLfivers, if you have an HTML5 app or building one you can join the fun. Anyone can qualify and you can enter as many apps as they can throw at Appbackrs' staff!
You have to build a .wgt file in order to be able to submit to appbackr. That will give you an appscore and your app into the Tizen Seller Store. The one field that you need to add is to add "appbackr" in the Comments for Validation Team field.
But be aware: You must add your .wgt to the Tizen Seller Store before 5:00 PM Pacific Time, December 26, 2013.
No big surprise here: the appbackr Review Team.
They will calculate the score and that score will decide the value of the price.
The appbackr review team will test each app and give it a score on things like quality and quanititive factors. If you are applying it's important that you look at the official documents. Apps with high pre-release appscores will get $100, mid pre-release appscore will get $50, and low pre-release appscores will get $25 to publish to Tizen. Your price will be paid on your pay pal account.
The decisions of the appbackr review team are final and binding.
That's things that matter to engineer and developers:
There are 3 steps to entering the Challenge.
If you didn't add "appbackr" to the Comments field, include your developer DeepLink and app Content ID. Instructions to locate that information are here.
If you apply: G O O D L U C K !