Microsoft’s Giveaway: Join Windows App Builder Program, You Could Win One Of 28 Dell Venue 8 Pro Tablets

Windows App Builder Program

Microsoft is always looking forward to attract more developers to its Windows platform and the recent App Builder rewards program is one of the ways in which it is trying to lure new developers. Join App Builder Rewards and you could win one of 28 Dell Venue 8 Pro tablets.

Here is how it works,

  • Join App Builder Rewards and enter your Windows Store apps to the Apps Quest.
  • If your app has less than 100 downloads when you complete the Quest between January 21st and February 28th, you’ll get a $15 Windows Store gift card.**
  • Use the members-only App Promotion Kit, Windows Store gift card and AdDuplex advertising impressions to reach 100 downloads before the end of February and earn your chance to win one of 28 devices.
  • Want to increase your odds? 
    The more apps that get 100 downloads by Feb. 28th, the more App Builder Rewards points and sweepstakes entries you’ll receive – and the earlier your entry qualifies, the more chances you’ll have to win one of our daily device giveaways!

For every qualifying app that reaches 100 downloads by February 28th, 2014, you’ll get 500 App Builder Rewards points and be entered to win a free tablet device.

Source: Microsoft

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  • NegLewis

    I just bought a Toshiba Encore 32 GB.
    That new 22 nm CPU its super fast.
    But here my joy was stopped.
    Initially the tablet had 6.5GB of hidden partitions, Windows &CO and only 11 GB of free space witch I believed it’s more than enough.
    But it comes with Office student edition.
    Witch I installed…
    But first time failed to do so because battery died and second time failed to do so because there was no free space on C drive.
    Conclusion… 32 GB on a windows machine… SHAMEFULL.
    The friking thing downloaded 550 MB of fonts… On a small tablet!?! WTF MS…! Are you fine?
    I returned it.
    Don’t buy (into) 32 GB…not even for free…

    • alukard

      Yes, 64GB is better, which is what my Dell Venue 8 Pro is and its a great little beast.
      The new Lenovo ThinkPad 8 has 128GB.

  • Jason Thomas Carter