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Informations / News - 2011 Best App Ever Awards

Thank you all for your support. Once all votes are in, we will begin tabulating the results and will announce the winners at Macworld/iWorld Expo. Check back here for the results, right here on Best App Ever. A huge thank you to all of the developers that made the nominated apps! Awards Sponsor About the Awards We are proud to present the fifth annual iOS application achievement awards. About The Awards » 2012 Best App Ever Winners » 2011 Best App Ever Winners » 2010 Best App Ever Winners » 2009 Best App Ever Winners » 2008 Best App Ever Winners » Share Best App Ever Get Updates Subscribe to our mailing list and get updates on the Best App Ever Awards. Find us on Facebook Steel Media Network The Best App Ever Awards are brought to you by the 148Apps and the Steel Media Network. 148Apps - iPhone app reviews and news. :: @PocketGamer.

Grow the life you want. Divers - Realtime Photo Search - Go Anywhere. Now. Divers - Seedcamp. Divers - Crunchies 2011 - Vote for Codecademy in the Best New Startup of 2011 category. Divers - Learn to code. Mashable - 6 Startups to Watch in 2012. An Olympic games, a U.S. presidential election and the end of the world are already planned for 2012, but we're more excited about the startups.

Mashable - 6 Startups to Watch in 2012

Here are six of them (in no particular order) that we expect to help define the coming year. We chose companies based on the momentum they gained in 2011, promising new takes on old problems and, in one case, the possibility of an IPO. Did we look at every startup in the world before compiling this list? Nope. Did we overlook some of the startups speeding toward 2012 definition-dom?

1. Skillshare is an online marketplace for offline classes. While the startup began with classes clustered in New York City, it now has budding communities in San Francisco, Chicago, Boston and elsewhere. 2. We're pretty sure that the mobile, local version of Craigslist will gain traction in 2012. 3.

LevelUp users link any credit or debit card to their LevelUp accounts the same way that Starbucks links a gift card to its app. 4. 5. It's on a growth streak. 6. Skillshare.