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Ubuntu App Showdown: let the voting begin

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The die has been cast. After having sieved through and validated the huge number of submissions for the Ubuntu App Showdown, we’re announcing the list of app candidates which will compete for the prizes.

Nearly 150 applications were submitted for the contest, of which 132 were qualified and made it to the final list the judges will be voting on. If your app did not qualify, you either were contacted by the Ubuntu App Review Board or will soon will, as their technical review is happening concurrently with the voting process.

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