Sensis Asks App Developers: How Will You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse?
May 8, 2012 | Contributed by: Stephanie Hobbs
Sensis, the Australian local search provider, is incentivizing app developers to create innovative apps to promote its business listings. The company, which launched an API service (or SAPI) for its Yellow Pages listings and advertising content, is encouraging developers, entrepreneurs and designers to create viable apps through a new SAPI Bounty Program. The program’s first content asks developers to create an app that helps consumers survive the “inevitable zombie apocalypse.”
- How will you survive and thrive during the inevitable zombie apocalypse?
- What should you have prepared?
- What do you need to know when the walking dead come looking for brains?
- How do you make your way in a post-apocalyptic world?
Sensis is awarding $2,500 to the developer with the best app based on originality, usability and design, effectiveness, back story, and SAPI integration and use.
Entrants are encouraged to submit their app idea by May 24 at developers.sensis.com.au. What great idea to tap into the current craze for the walking dead!