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🔄 NativeScript Uplabs Challenge

Show us how you would you Build screens for a Mobile App that looks great on both iOS and Android.

The Instructions

A new and unique mobile app challenge is here! We are partnering with NativeScript to challenge you to build screens for a mobile app that looks great on both iOS and Android. Do you think you can take up the Challenge?


NativeScript Challenge on Uplabs

This is a new type of challenge as not only do you need an engaging design, but the end result should be a functioning iOS and Android app! Have no fear though, as the NativeScript framework relies on CSS and an easy-to-use markup language. Plus, the app doesn’t have to be fully functional - it just needs screens that look good.


To make your life even easier, you can partner with someone who already knows NativeScript for this challenge. And, you can develop your screens in an easy-to-use browser-based environment, so there’s no messy system requirements or setup to worry about.


In exchange for your hard work, NativeScript is offering $3,000 in prizes(!) and we are extending the deadline an extra few weeks.


There is no specific theme so the world is your oyster with this challenge! If you need some ideas, you could consider an app that displays the weather, charts/graphs, data entry forms, housing/hotels...anything that looks good on a mobile device.


Remember that if you have the design skills, but not the technical implementation skills, you can always find an existing NativeScript developer to help you out.


Read the rules and use the inspiration below as a starting point. Good luck!

Submission Requirements

Show us how you would you build screens for a Mobile App that looks great on both iOS and Android. While the theme for this challenge is wide open, there are some requirements for your submission.

Please, make sure that:
  • The link to the NativeScript Playground project is shared with us
  • Your mobile app contains at least one screen, but no more than three.
  • Your app should be developed and run in the NativeScript Playground.
  • Your work was created for this challenge, it's unique and your own.
  • You only make one submission for this challenge.
Remember that if you have the design skills, but not the technical implementation skills, you can always find an existing NativeScript developer to help you out.

Prize and Deadline

Community prize: The winner who receives the most votes from the community will receive $1,000 and will be featured on the UPLABS newsletter with 400,000+ creatives Editor’s prize: The selected work by NativeScript will receive $2,000

Registration & submission: October 14 → November 25 (6 weeks)
Voting: November 26 → December 5 (10 days) Midnight PST
Winner announced: December 6!



You can find a lot of extra inspiration with these app samples on the NativeScript Marketplace.

Win up to $3,000 cash and get featured among 400,000+ creatives around the globe.

After this you can submit your work