Why should Oscar nominated films, Nobel Prize winners, and Super Bowl teams have all the fun when it comes to award ceremonies?
November 13th in New York City marked the second annual occurrence of The Tabby Awards—the only competition for the best business and productivity tablet apps on all major platforms, including iOS, Android and Windows 8.
AutoCAD 360 —a free, easy-to-use mobile app that lets users view, create, edit, and share AutoCAD drawings, virtually anytime, anywhere—took home a trophy in the category of “Best in-the-Field” app.
AutoCAD 360 provides essential tools for sketching and documenting that enable users to redline drawings on-site, document as-builts, and share DWG drawings—all from their mobile devices. The app saves the changes users make in AutoCAD to the cloud while they work—with no need to worry about backups or copying files between devices.
An international jury of more than 20 tablet app developers and mobile experts selected the apps from over 100 submissions from a dozen countries. Milind Gadekar, Co-Founder and CEO of CloudOn—a chart-topping and previous Tabby Awards winning app—chaired the judging panel.
The judges said: “This is a complex concept, and the app handles it very nicely. Great UI, and also flexible features that make it very appealing. Designers will finally have the ability to work with their projects rather than remaining disconnected.”
The full list of winners and finalists, with links to download each app, is available at TabbyAwards.com/business/winners2013.
Dusty DiMercurio, senior manager, Small Business Marketing at Autodesk accepting the Tabby Award in New York City on November 13, 2013.