Announcing the First Round Winner of MEA Windows Phone 7 Contest

Niyaz Noor Ali and Amir Ali Jiwani wins the first round of Middle East and Africa Windows Phone 7 Challenge.

Kick Now is a Windows Phone 7 app created by both students of National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (Karachi Campus), Pakistan.

The app is a highway for football followers with almost a full score on user interface and Windows phone 7 metro style graphics Boost. It allows customization for people coming in from around the globe according to their language. With statistical biographies of all the champions and of angry managers, live scores, News details, team schedules, Special news, Top stories, 24/7/365 news coverage and more, all to pamper your appetite.

According to Niyaz Noor Ali;

When I heard about Windows Phone, I was too excited to try developing for it. Microsoft yet again fulfilled its promise of offering an easy world of development. Middle East & Africa Challenge was a great initiative of bringing together developers of the region on one common platform, which, for me, proved to be an excellent opportunity!

Here are the first round winner of MEA WP7 challenge.

Via: MicrosoftFeed.


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Wasim on February 3, 2011 at 4:20 pm

    Who ended up at 2nd and 3rd Place ?? Please Post the links of their Apps tooo


  2. There is apparently a lot for me to discover outside of my books. Thanks for the fantastic read.


  3. Great information! I agree most of you here and I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!


  4. […] here to meet The First Round Winner of MEA Windows Phone 7 […]


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