The Mobileys honor entrepreneurs who inspire and make a difference through mobile innovation.
This annual national competition produced by Mobile Future seeks to spotlight and support early-stage wireless apps, services and/or products that make the world a better place.
We challenged innovators across the nation to show us their game-changing mobile apps, products, and services. The response we received exceeded our wildest expectations. Below are the finalists for The 2014 Mobileys competition.
CareGivingApp is an interactive, calendar-based mobile and Web application for creating and organizing family and community care networks.
Code Blue is a mobile app that helps teenagers and young people experiencing depression or bullying get immediate support.
First Derm is a mobile app that provides both consumers and businesses a faster, more convenient means to receive professional opinion on skin care.
fitRaise is peer to peer crowd-funding with a fitness twist through virtual events for non-profits, charities, and causes.
Native Numbers is an adaptive, mastery-based curriculum delivered via iPad that develops “number sense” in pre-K/K children (age 4-6).
Panic Pop is a mobile game designed to help ease the symptoms of panic disorder.
Pawzii helps animal shelters, humane societies, and municipalities manage their pet licensing programs online.
TREWGrip is a handheld keyboard and air mouse for today’s mobile technology, smart TVs, and desktop computers.
Volunteer Mark is a mobile app that makes it easy to find the perfect volunteer opportunity based on skills, interest, availability and location.
The Wexus (short for Water-Energy-Nexus) mobile app helps agribusinesses quickly access energy, water and billing data from virtually anywhere.
Applicants should be individuals or early stage start-ups that have either recently launched their nominated mobile app, service or other product or plan to do so within six months.
This product should be a creative game changer that uses mobile in new ways to have a positive impact on our lives.
Winners must be able to demo their innovation in November 2014 at an event announcing the winners.
A little money can go a long way. The Mobileys prize money should help the winners expand, grow or develop another new game-changing mobile innovation.
The nominated product must run on wireless networks (not just wi-fi).
Deadline for Application Submission
The 2013 Mobileys celebrated some of the nation's brightest tech innovations and we are proud to announce our winners. You can read more about our winners on The Next Web
Page-Out allows emergency responders the ability to page-out when not available from their smartphones.
HeadsUP! is a new transparent display that integrates with your smartphone to display notifications on the windshield without obstructing the driver's view.
Learn with Homer is a comprehensive reading app built by literacy experts for the iPad that offers a complete Pre-K and K reading curriculum.
INRFOOD is a personalized nutrition platform that scans the bar code of over 300,000+ products, and instantly analyzes the nutrition facts and ingredients.