Updates From EC3: The Devcup Finalists

Posted by Billy Ceskavich on 27 Sep 2013

Posted by Billy Ceskavich on 27 Sep 2013


The Evernote Conference is our annual event for developers, designers, and our avid community of users. Among the many talks, panels, and workshops we have put together, attendees can help shape the exciting conclusion to the 2013 Evernote Devcup.

The six finalists from our annual developer competition pitched their apps to an audience of 900 yesterday morning. Each finalist team has the chance to win Devcup Gold, Silver, or Bronze, which includes up to $20,000 in cash prizes!

We want you to help determine the best of class this year. You can vote now for your favorite app via our friends at Poll Everywhere.

Vote today by texting a KEYWORD to 22333 or tweet to @poll with your KEYWORD of choice. Polling closes at 12 Noon PDT.

EC3 Highlights – The Finalists

Postach.io, KEYWORD “POST”

Postach.io is a publishing app that lets users blog directly from Evernote. Tag any note with “published,” and its content will appear on your personal Postach.io blog. At EC3, Shawn Adrian highlighted Postach.io’s rich suite of custom themes and seamless publishing capabilities. Postach.io is a powerful tool for content creators.


Context Booster, KEYWORD “CONTEXT”

Context Booster is an intelligent assistant for your Evernote experience. Tag any note with “contextboost,” and this service will populate your notebooks with a well-organized list of information from throughout the web. On stage Sebastian Kupers demonstrated recent improvements in UX and overall efficiency.



Xing is a mobile client for travelers. Built on the Evernote platform, Xing syncs with users’ pre-planned travel notebooks and integrates destinations with its own geolocation feature set. On stage the Xing team highlighted their app’s impressive and meticulously designed UI.



Biscuit is a mobile dictionary app that translates clipped content across multiple languages. Biscuit formats a clean interface, and syncs content to Evernote in formatted lists. Team member Johnny Seo demonstrated the seamlessness inherent in Biscuit’s transition from clip to translate to sync. Biscuit is your mobile companion for honing language skills.



SmartTM is a feature-rich productivity app that syncs with Evernote. Users can follow the GTD methodology to organize complex lists of tasks efficiently. Karol Stojek took the stage to demo SmartTM’s deep integration with Evernote notes and reminders.



Lightly is the next step in the mobile clipping experience. Users can easily highlight, annotate, and clip content from their iOS devices. The Lightly team highlighted their new app design, ready for iOS 7 today.


We will announce the winners of Devcup 2013 during our afternoon keynote at the conclusion of the Evernote Conference. In the meantime, remember to vote for your favorite team–polling closes at 12 Noon!

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