Introducing The Tabby Awards, the First Competition to Honor the Best Apps for Tablets

Recognizing Excellence for the Best Apps for iPad, Android and Windows 8 tablets, Call for Submissions to the Tabby Awards are Now Open

Sep 20, 2012, 10:00 ET from TabTimes

NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tablet apps now have their own competition: The Tabby Awards.

For the very first time, the best apps for iPad, Android and Windows tablets will be judged for their outstanding tablet specific features and utility by a panel of tablet professionals. The competition will be open to both native apps and web apps for tablets and will include app developers worldwide.

Consumer and Business apps will be evaluated by two separate panels, with the Business category representing the focus of the first round.

The Business panel will review all apps geared for business people or developed for organizational purposes. It is comprised of 12 accomplished tablet professionals and chaired by Alan Maserek, ex-CEO and co-founder of QuickOffice, the best-selling iPad app in the App Store's Business category.

Submissions are now being accepted for business tablet apps at Winners for The Tabby Awards/Business will be announced at a special ceremony during the TabletBiz Conference & Expo, the first dedicated tablet industry event, in New York City, on November 27, 2012.

The second round of the competition, focused on tablet apps for consumers, will be announced at a later date.

The Tabby Awards are a production of TabTimes, the only media covering the tablet industry and ecosystem.

About The Tabby Awards
The Tabby Awards is the first competition acknowledging the best tablet apps worldwide. For more information, see

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